From May 9-18 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in partnership with the Great Lakes Fishery Commission will deliver sea lamprey control on three Tittabawassee River tributaries: Tobacco River, Little Molasses River and Black Creek. Sea lampreys are parasitic fish invasive to the Great Lakes. The lampricide stream treatments, using TFM, will target larval lampreys. Lampricides do not pose a risk to human health or to the environment. They do not remain after application and naturally break down in the environment.
Learn more at the upcoming information session on Monday, April 17th at Beaverton Activity Center and by clicking the button below.
We hope you join us for an informational webinar on Wednesday, April 26th from 5:00-7:00 pm. During the webinar, presenters will discuss FLTF restoration phase funding estimates and the capital assessment.
Due to active construction at Secord and Smallwood dams, public fishing access will be closed for the duration of construction. Public fishing access at the Tobacco spillway will be temporarily closed. We expect to reopen it in several weeks.
Click on the button below to learn more about acceptable activities on the lakebottoms.