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There are a wide variety of partners, sources, and sites that offer access to the vivid imagery of our Great Lakes fisheries - past, present, and future. This page offers access to a variety of sites where photos, videos, and other images area available for viewing - and some even for public download and use.

Also included here are a few promotional resources for use by the Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Trail network and partnership, including:

        • FACT SHEET about the Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Trail (Click Here to download PDF)
        • Promotional TRAIL POSTER (11x17) about the Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Trail (Click Here to download PDF)

Enjoy exploring the visual imagery of our Great Lakes fisheries - the fish, the fishermen, and their boats and gear - in action on the water and amidst our coastal communities.

Places
Beaver Island Marine Museum
Maritime Museum
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A website documenting fish tugs of the Great Lakes, including modern and historic images of the Great Lakes fishing fleet.
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A Flickr photo album offering images of commercial and recreational fishing in Michigan.
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A website devoted to Great Lakes fish tugs and commercial fishing.
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short video documentary about Jessica Nelson, of Munising MI. Jessica is the owner of Vanlandschoot & Sons Commercial Fishery.
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A library of photos from Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Trail sites and network partners.
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Video Documentary, The Perennial Plate featuring Dockside Fish Market
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Video documentary about Peterson's Fishery (Hancock, MI)
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Video about invasive Sea Lamprey issue and management in the Great Lakes.
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