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MSU lifts fishing ban for portion of Red Cedar

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Coho and Chinook salmon run up the Red Cedar River in the fall, steelhead in the spring. The portion of the river that meanders through Michigan State University’s campus supports healthy numbers of largemouth and smallmouth bass, bluegills and sunfish and walleye.

But, for decades, the riverbanks on campus have been closed to anglers. They are now open, at least in part.

The change, approved by the university’s Board of Trustees last week, came after a push by conservation groups and by Tim Nichols, a member of the state’s Natural Resources Commission, who approached Trustee Dianne Byrum over the summer.  more...
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