The Arctic Grayling, Once an Abundant Fish in Michigan

Arctic Grayling swimming in a freestone river

This post was last updated on February 1st, 2015 at 02:44 amThe Decline and Fall of Michigan’s Arctic Grayling In the 19th Century, Michigan had abundant forests and a large population of Arctic Grayling, especially in the Lower Peninsula.  These fish were first identified in the 1860, but less than one hundred years later, became … Read more