MOOD U. Resources
Michigan OutofDoors University holds a number of informative events each year ranging from how to find the best fishing locations to timely session on how to combat hunter and angler harassment.
For videos, presentations and other information from these sessions, choose one of the events on the left. There you will find the available resources from those events.
For upcoming MOOD U. events, click here.
Great Lakes Fish Passage Symposium-August 28-29, 2012
Download full agenda
Recorded video of proceedings available here
Presentations available (in PDF format)
Dr. Dan Hayes, Michigan State University
• Impacts of Dams on Fish Habitat
Aquatic Invasive Species
Dr. Dom Chaloner, Notre Dame University: Overview of introduction and establishment of Great Lakes aquatic invasive species
Tim Campbell, Wisconsin Sea Grant: Round Gobies’ use of Great Lakes tributaries
Dr. Ed Rutherford, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency: Salmon & steelhead production predictions for streams
Todd Kalish/Todd Wills, Michigan Department of Natural Resources: Effects of juvenile Pacific Salmon on stream resident trout
Brett Fessell, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians: Fish Passage: From American Brook Lamprey to Walleye
Threatened & Endangered Species and Native – Non-sportfish species
Rick Westerhof, United States Fish and Wildlife Service: Overview of T&E fish aquatic species, and native non-game/non-jumping fish
Marty Holtgren, Little River Band: Lake sturgeon: Habitat needs, status, restoration potentials (coming soon)
Hunter/Angler Harrassment Seminar 2010
Presentation by Michigan DNRE, held during MUCC’s Annual Convention on June 26, 2010
Hunter/Angler Harrassment PowerPoint Presentation by DNRE Asst. Chief Dean Molnar. CLICK HERE.
Presention on DNRE Law Enforcement by DNRE Chief Gary Hagler. CLICK HERE.
GET YOUR FISH ON
Speaker biographies: CLICK HERE
Agenda: CLICK HERE