The Arctic grayling is a fish that’s native to the state of Michigan. But the species was all but wiped out by 1936 due to several factors. These included habitat destruction, unregulated harvest and predation/competition with introduced trout species. The Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative is focused on restoring the Arctic grayling to Michigan waters. In
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