Frequently Asked Questions
Pro anglers help MI DNR with Lake St. Clair smallmouth bass research. See GLATOS Project LSCSM.
Gone Outdoors Podcast: Professor of Fisheries at Michigan State University, Charles Krueger joined Scott and Kyle to share the benefits of Great Lakes Acoustic Telemetry Observation (GLATO) in collecting fisheries data to assist US Fish and Wildlife, sta
In 2018, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is starting a multi-year study of walleye migrations in the central and east-central basins of Lake Erie. Click on photo to see a video of walleye tagging on Walnut Creek. This project is funded by the P
906 Outdoors Discovery - Tagging walleye on the Cedar River. See also GLATOS Project GBWAE
Lake Erie success story: Lake trout finally naturally reproducing following 60-year effort
New project aims to track sturgeon and walleye in Saginaw Bay with acoustic receiver system
Scientists have been implanting Great Lakes fish with transmitters and, like the GPS on a car, have been tracking fish movement through a network of receivers placed at the bottom of the lakes.
GLATOS is a network of researchers who work collaboratively using acoustic telemetry to: