Officials say Asian carp DNA has been found in three water samples collected from Lake Erie’s Maumee Bay
Canadian officials say tens of thousands of dead fish are littering a section of Lake Erie’s northern shoreline.
The best fishermen in the country are speeding up the Detroit River to their favorite spot as part of a professional bass fishing tournament going on this weekend at Elizabeth Park in Trenton.
No invasive bighead or silver carp turned up during a search of western Lake Erie, where the fish’s genetic fingerprints were detected in water samples taken a year ago, officials said Thursday.
Scientists have begun searching two of western Lake Erie’s bays and tributary rivers for signs of dreaded Asian carp.
A few unwanted, invasive sea lampreys from the Great Lakes have been shipped to England for use in a traditional pie for Queen Elizabeth II.
Rubicon Genomics Inc. said Thursday it had signed a supply agreement with Durham, N.C.-based Kreatech Diagnostics for the use of its whole genome amplification technology.
These Detroit stores offer fish, supplies and equipment to meet the needs of enthusiasts at any level of expertise.
Lake Erie and some of its biggest tributary rivers have just the right water temperatures and other characteristics needed for greedy Asian carp to make themselves at home, says a federal study released this week.
A new study shows that people who eat baked or broiled fish on a weekly basis may be improving their brain health and reducing their risk of developing mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.