600-gallon tank shows Great Lakes fish and inspires anglers

Visitors who wonder what kinds of fish live in Sturgeon Bay can get a clearer idea at a 600-gallon tank to be displayed at Peninsula State Park in Fish Creek.  The free viewing contains fish taken directly from the bay. Peninsula State Park Naturalist Kathleen Harris says the numbers and types of fish brought in are hard to predict each year and she hopes it gets visitors thinking about angling on their own.



Harris says poles will be on hand for those who want to practice casting weighted lines on dry land.  The 600-gallon tank is on display at Peninsula State Park on Shore Road in Fish Creek June 1st and 2nd and you don't need a park sticker to get in.

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