We also made a drive to Ludington, Mich. State Park and look what we saw? Have you ever seen a salmon net pen? Well now you have. We were there just at the right time. According to information posted by State park staff "about 250,000 salmon are delivered to the Big Sable River net pens. The fish are fed in the pens by battery-operated feeders. The pens are covered with chicken wire to prevent predation by raccoons, herons and gulls. Fish are in the pens for about three weeks, or until they smolt and lose their parr marks (vertical bars on the body). The net rearing also helps the fish to imprint on the site, enabling them to return as adults in three years."
Now back to knitting.