Tag Archives: pike

CFL at the Shedd Aquarium: World Fish Migration Day, May 24th!

At the break of dawn this Saturday, May 24th, Center for Limnology researchers and your trusty blogger will hit the road for Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium. Once there, we will help Shedd researchers and volunteers set up a number of activity … Continue reading

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Fish Fry Day Video: Walleye on the Run

While our post doctoral researcher, Solomon David, prefers more primitive fishes, like the northern pike he was recently catching, tagging and studying during their annual spring migration run, he also stumbled across (okay, waded into) a more modern fish migration. … Continue reading

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Fish Fry Day: Fish Q? There’s an App for That

Happy Fish Fry Day! Restaurants around Wisconsin are warming up the deep fryers for our weekly feast and we’re putting fish on the menu here at the blog. Today’s special is an all-you-can-eat buffet of ichthyological goodness, thanks to an … Continue reading

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Fish Fry Day Goes Primitive

Happy Fish Fry Day, Folks! It’s the day when we (sometimes!) feature fish on the blog and any restaurant worth its salt features fish on the menu here in Wisconsin. Today we’re just going to pass along a cool site … Continue reading

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Fish Fry Day: Northern Pike

Well, it’s that time of the week again. The day in Wisconsin offers up its fabulous fish fry dinners and the day here at the blog where we celebrate some of our favorite fishes. If you missed the first installment … Continue reading

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Tracking Northern Pike in Green Bay

CFL grad student, Dan Oele, is trying to see if pike return to their “birthplace” to spawn or if any ol’ tributary will do. Thanks to funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, Oele is out in Green Bay working … Continue reading

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