With the temperatures hovering near zero on Lake Superior’s north shore, veteran anglers are having success catching coho salmon. After spawning in streams in Michigan, Ontario and Wisconsin, the fish arrived in Duluth, Minnesota, much earlier than usual and are smaller than past years. Read the full story by Valley News.
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