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Lake Sturgeon Temporarily Removed from Muskegon River
Juvenile lake sturgeon will be temporarily removed from the Muskegon River. To combat invasive sea lamprey, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service uses chemicals to kill young lamprey in rivers across Michigan.

Sea lamprey control is an important effort as well. Unfortunately lake sturgeon have been found to be a little bit more susceptible to those chemicals than other fish.  Many species in the river are not affected by the chemical treatments, but they say when native lake sturgeon are exposed to the chemical it can increase their risk of death.


 
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