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Eat Safe Fish Guides
To learn how to choose safer fish to eat:
Check out the Eat Safe Fish in Michigan brochure to find out if you're at risk from chemicals in fish.
You can use your region's Eat Safe Fish Guide to find safer fish to eat. To find current PFAS in fish guidelines, visit the Michigan PFAS Response Fish and Wildlife webpage.
You are not required to use the MDHHS Eat Safe Fish Guides. These are only guidelines to help you and your family make safer meal choices.
Click your region on the map or select your county from the list below to find your Guide. You can also call MDHHS at 1-800-648-6942 for a free print copy.
Select Your County:
How the Eat Safe Fish guidelines are made
- Learn about the process MDHHS uses to create the Eat Safe Fish guidelines.
- To view the data used to create the Eat Safe Fish guidelines, visit the Reports & Science page.
To get a copy of the DNR Michigan Fishing Guide that lists the legal sizes of fish and other important regulations, visit the DNR’s website at www.michigan.gov/fishing.
Partners: If you're looking for a sample press release, news articles, or social media messages to promote the new Eat Safe Fish Guides, please download our e-Toolkit.
Looking for more information?
Or you can call 1-800-648-6942 to request that a
MDHHS Eat Safe Fish packet be mailed to you.