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Biologists use tags to track Lake Michigan salmon

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana biologists are using microscopic tags to track the movement and lives of Chinook salmon in Lake Michigan and its tributaries. The state Department of Natural Resources says every Chinook salmon stocked in the Great Lakes over a five-year period will have a coded tag placed in its snout. The tags will identify who stocked the fish, and when and where it was done. The...

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