Anglers who fish the largest freshwater lake in the world benefit from the management, habitat and oversight work of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' Lake Superior area fisheries staff.
Area Fisheries Supervisor Cory Goldsworthy and a staff of four full-time and three part-time employees manage approximately 2,300 square miles of Lake Superior and portions of its tributary streams along Minnesota's North Shore. They also track harvests in the sport, charter and commercial fisheries to ensure sustainability.
Their work is guided by the Lake Superior fisheries management plan, which DNR – working with numerous user groups – revised in 2016.
A successful angler enjoys the dividends of the DNR's investment in lake trout rehabilitation in the Minnesota waters of Lake Superior.
|Cory Goldsworthy||Area email@example.com|
|Keith Reeves||Assistant area firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Josh Blankenheim||Large lake email@example.com|
|Nick Peterson||Fisheries firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chris Palvere||Fisheries email@example.com|