Mike Baumgartner joins Good Day to talk about a great event at the Besadny Anadromous Fisheries Facility.
Learn more about the event:
Visitors will be able to watch salmon jump the fish ladder through the underwater viewing windows, learn about the history of Lake Michigan fisheries, and observe DNR fisheries staff demonstrate the salmon egg collection process.
Also, for $5.00 you can adopt a sturgeon to release into the Kewaunee River.
With this you will also receive a certificate with your adopted sturgeon’s pit tag number so you can find out when your fish is spotted by DNR staff in the future.
Various activities for children and adults will take place throughout the day.
Don’t forget to bring your camera!
Admission is free.
For more information, call 920-388-1025
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