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Did you know?
In 2007, Gail Kimbell became the first female chief of the U.S. Forest and served in that role until 2009.

State Fish Art Contest deadline is March 31st
Are you a kid that loves to fish?  Are you a kid that loves art?  If yes, enter the 2015 State-Fish Art Contest. Draw, paint, or otherwise depict your favorite state fish and it might be a trophy winner. 

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Features

Enjoy Winter Activities Before the Snow Melts

Huron-Manistee trail

March is typically winter’s last hurrah – your chance to enjoy some wonderful winter recreation opportunities before the final snow melts. 


Where to Ice Fish on Eastern National Forests

Ice Fishing

Our forests contain more than 962,000 acres of lakes and more than 15,000 miles of streams - 64 percent of which are trout waters. 


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Spotlights

Hutton Fisheries Scholar - Odell Chalmers

Odell Chalmers, High school intern on a boat.

Odell Chalmers, a recent graduate of Bradley Tech High School in Milwaukee, was selected by the American Fisheries Society as a 2014 Hutton Fish Biologist.


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