MASON COUNTY

WALLEYE ASSOCIATION

PO BOX 118 • LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN 49431

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Source of the Daphnia


Harvesting Daphnia from the Secondary Clarifier and returning filtered water.


A light is used to attract the Daphnia to the suction line.


A well-point is used to concentrate the Daphnia by removing water.


The water slurry of Daphnia is pumped into drums on the back of pickup trucks.


Carter Koles monitors filling the drums with a slurry of Daphnia.


Carter Koles tips the drums containing Daphnia into the Rearing Pond.


A tarp directs the slurry containing Daphnia into the Rearing Pond


Daphnia swimming off the tarp and into the Rearing Pond.


John Kreinbrink samples the rearing pond for Daphnia using a fike net.


Scott, from the DNRE, using a seine in order to get a sample of Walleye.


Walley collected by the seine net on June 7, 2010.

 

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