I was recently told by one of the DNR biologists that they have a difficult time changing anything to do with planting fish in the EUP due to the fact that they have to deal with the various tribal entities that commercial fish in those waters. It is probably true but those tribal waters now cover most of Lake Michigan and Huron. It seems as though they don't have any problems with planting more or less fish downstate. They also don't seem to have any problems planting less chinook and more coho or changing anything to do with fish planting. Am I missing something here? Is Manistee and Ludington or Alpena not in tribal waters ? I am under the impression that I am hearing a canned speech. The Feds never seem to have a problem dumping lake trout and many of the tribal fishermen don't want them.