Anglers and others interested in fisheries management in Michigan are invited to join the Department of Natural Resources at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30 for “DNR Live: Fish” – a one-hour online forum designed to answer questions from the public about the state’s fisheries, fishing seasons and regulations.
The one-hour video event will stream live on the DNR’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/miDNR. A Facebook account is not required to access the page and watch the livestream event.
The online forum will feature a panel of DNR experts who will answer a variety of questions about fisheries management and angling, including current and new regulations and fishing opportunities.
The public is invited to post questions in advance on the DNR’s Facebook page, send via Twitter to @MichiganDNR (using the hashtag #DNRlive), or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions will also be taken during the event itself.
“The health and future of Michigan’s fisheries are incredibly important to our state’s environmental, recreational and economic picture,” said Jim Dexter, chief of the DNR’s Fisheries Division. “Fishing in Michigan is a year-round draw for residents and visitors, and we’re excited to connect with them in a brand new way. This forum is one more avenue to provide the fishing information people need.”
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