Tom Werkman, Werkman Outfitters

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“Being from Southwest Michigan, we saw the ecological and economic damage that occurred as result of Enbridge’s spill in the Kalamazoo River.  For us, having a healthy wild fishery in the Great Lakes is critical to our livelihood.  If a spill were to occur, it would effect wild populations of salmon, steelhead, and trout not only in the Straits, but as they are migratory, throughout the Lake Michigan / Lake Huron basin. In addition, the native smallmouth bass and carp populations that live along the flats in the area would be negatively effected.” —Tom Werkman, owner, Werkman Outfitters

In the News

The Crude Facts – Line 5 (Werkman Outfitters blog, January 25, 2017)