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Higher water levels a boon for Lake Michigan fishing

Tom Kleiman of Kewaunee sees rising water levels on Lake Michigan as a concern for his waterfront property and an asset for his business.  Kleiman owns Accurate Marine and Storage and Kewaunee Tackle Company.  He says the wet spring that's flooding lakeshore properties is also flooding marshes.  That's improving Lake Michigan fish stocks and over the summer will attract more fishing fans.

 

 

Kleiman believes current water conditions will likely result in some large even record-setting sized lake trout and salmon this summer and next year. 

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