Fish Production Facilities

  • Harrietta State Fish Hatchery

    Michigan’s oldest operating state fish hatchery opened in 1901. Both rainbow and brown trout are reared here for inland and Great Lakes waters.

  • Marquette State Fish Hatchery

    This state fish hatchery was established in 1920 and is the primary broodstock and rearing facility for brook and lake trout for both inland and Great Lakes waters.

  • Oden State Fish Hatchery

    The original hatchery opened in 1921, but was replaced by a brand-new facility in 2002 and is one of the most advanced locations of its kind. Oden rears brown trout and rainbow trout for both inland and Great Lakes waters.

  • Platte River State Fish Hatchery

    This facility was established in 1928 and was converted to the state’s main salmon hatchery in 1972. 

  • Thompson State Fish Hatchery

    This location opened in 1922 and produces Chinook salmon, steelhead and walleye for both inland and Great Lakes waters. 

  • Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery

    Wolf Lake was established in 1927 and currently produces steelhead, Chinook salmon, walleye and Great Lakes muskellunge for both inland and Great Lakes waters.