UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Patrick Forsythe (Natural and Applied Sciences), along with UW-Green Bay students Maddi Quamme and Dominic Marr were quoted in a recent Fox 11 article on the Northern Pike spawning. “The adult population seems to be pretty strong, but the last couple of years, with the poor weather conditions, lots of snow, conditions drying up too fast, really led to really reduced amounts of reproduction, so we’re a little concerned about that,” said Forsythe.
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