Lake Michigan: Early shoreline kings

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My Friday column for the Post-Tribune is on signs of big early kinds already arriving in Indiana streams.

That’s Brittany Jordan of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service showing one of the best found on Trail Creek earlier this week.


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