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Published on Apr 2, 2013
DNR Icthyologist John Lyons gives a hands-on lesson about the blue sucker, a resident of deep large-river habitats that is almost never seen by anyone other than fish biologists. Yet, because it only thrives in the least-modified and highest-quality waters, the abundance of the blue sucker is a key indicator of the health of the state's largest rivers.