Facebook logo Twitter logo YouTube logo Podcast logo RSS feed logo

Fish Links

American Fisheries Society
A professional society representing fisheries scientists, AFS promotes scientific research and management of resources, encourages education for fisheries scientists, and publishes some of the world's leading fisheries research journals, i.e. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.
The Aquaculture Network Information Center (AquaNIC) includes publications, images, and newsletters. Links to the North Central Regional Aquaculture Center and the World Aquaculture Society.
Mapping Lake Trout Spawning Habitat Along Minnesota’s North Shore
Carl Richards and John Bonde’s Research from the Natuarl Resources Research Institute features extensive maps and discussion of lake trout habitat along Minnesota’s North shore
Minnesota Department of Health’s Fish Consumption Advisory
Guidlines and advice for safe consumption of fish, with site-specific information from lakes and rivers where fish have been tested for contaminants.
Fish of the Great Lakes
Here you’ll find the on-line version of Fishes of Wisconsin by George Becker, species profiles, and information for anglers and others interested in Great Lakes fish.
Great Lakes Fishery Commission
A collaborative effort between Canada and the United States to develop coordinated research on the Great Lakes and try to eradicate or minimize sea lamprey populations.
Guide to Great Lakes Fisheries Education Resources
This guide to Great Lakes fisheries education resources is one of the products of an education needs assessment supported by the Great Lakes Fishery Trust.
Great Lakes Aquarium
A mostly freshwater aquarium, GLA features animals and habitats found within the Great Lakes Basin. The Aquarium houses animals from other fresh water ecosystems as well. There is also a changeable exhibit space designed to interpret marine (salt-water) animals and habitat.
Minnesota DNR Section of Fisheries
The Section of Fisheries is responsible for managing the diverse fisheries in Minnesota’s 5,400 game fish lakes and 15,000 miles of streams and rivers.
A location to find information on seafood education, nutrition, seafood HACCP plans and training, etc.
NOAA Sea Grant Fisheries Thematic Area
Sea Grant research and extension can provide fisheries managers with the socioeconomic data and analyses necessary to manage fisheries using techniques that will allow for adequate economic returns, protect fish stock size, harvest at sustainable yields, and minimize the impacts on fishermen.
Great Lakes Water Life Photo Gallery
The Great Lakes Sea Grant Network maintains a photo gallery of Great Lakes fish, invertebrates, and other aquatic life.
Coaster Brook Trout Information from Trout Unlimited
Trout Unlimited Web site has summary information and links to many other coaster brook trout Web sites.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ashland Fishery Resources Office
This office offers fish and wildlife management assistance for the Lake Superior region.
U.S. Geological Survey, Great Lakes Science Center
Scientific information for restoring, enhancing, managing, and protecting natural resources of the Great Lakes basin.

This page last modified on March 31, 2014     © 1996 – 2017 Regents of the University of Minnesota     The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
Facebook logo Twitter logo YouTube logo Podcast logo RSS feed logo
Logo: NOAA Logo: UMD Logo: University of Minnesota Logo: University of Minnesota Extension