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Read Manistique's Family Guide to Eating Fish to get information about eating fish that are lower in chemical contamination.
The fish advisory sign, posted along the Manistique River, provides information on fish that are lower in chemical contamination.
The fish cleaning sign, posted at the fish cleaning station in Manistique, provides advice on proper trimming and cooking.
The Fish Smart Eat Smart poster provides advice on eating the benefits and risk of eating fish. Artwork by Kyler Hoholik.
Read the Case Studies of community-based fish consumption advisories at three Michigan Great Lakes Areas of Concern, including the Manistique River.
The Eat Safe Fish guide is great to have on hand when heading fishing! It lists the species of fish that have been tested and how much is safe to eat.
For information about the US Army Corp of Engineers Fish Tracking Project, please visit their website: www.bitly.com/mraftp or call Karl Gustavson at (703) 603-8753.
To get free print copies of any of these flyers or brochures, please call MDHHS at 1-800-648-6942.