Nicole Watson – Guest Speaker Meeting

Arctic Grayling have long been a favorite species of Nicole’s, being fascinated by the uniqueness of each fish, their history in North America, and the beauty of their coloration and dorsal fin. Nicole’s Ph.D. research focuses on young Arctic Grayling, Brook and Brown trout. The overarching goal of her research is to clarify uncertainties around the successful reintroduction of Grayling to Michigan streams. Click for further details.

Activities Meeting – Tie Along With Chris Hunter

Back by popular demand, Chris Hunter will be our featured tyer at the upcoming online activity meeting on October 21st at 7:30 pm.

Also by popular demand Chris WILL NOT be tying a Purple Haze. (Chris is very bummed out by this, but will get over it….). Instead, with the fall season upon us, Chris has selected two “go to” patterns, Bob Jacklin’s Spruce Moth and the traditional Prince Nymph. Click the event line above for Zoom Link and a full materials list.

Speaker Meeting: Sara Thomas, DNR

We’ll be hosting Michigan Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Lake Erie Unit Manager Sara Thomas. Based at the Waterford Fisheries Station, Thomas will be presenting an update on habitat projects in Southeast Michigan and the state of invasive species in our waters as well as an overview of how Covid-19 is Read more…