LANSING, Mich. (AP) – If you fish for inland trout in Michigan, the Department of Natural Resources wants to pick your brain.
The agency is putting together a survey to help develop a statewide plan for inland trout, which are defined as trout that spend their entire lives in streams and inland lakes. They generally don’t migrate into the Great Lakes.
The survey will gather information about inland trout anglers, how they fish and their opinions about inland trout management and related matters.
It’s available online until March 31 and takes 20 minutes or less to complete.