|Dulichium on the shoreline of an |
Adirondack lake. © Michael R. Martin
- "Restoring the shore and fish habitat in Michigan inland lakes: Part 1 - A visit to Paw Paw’s natural shoreline demonstration project reveals the creation of microhabitats, or safe places, for juvenile fishes. Studies show that bluegill, largemouth bass and other fish use these “edge” habitats to increase their feeding rates."
- "Restoring the shore and fish habitat in Michigan inland lakes: Part 2 - Research from 16 Michigan lakes assesses the importance of vegetation and natural shorelines for increased largemouth bass populations."