Rainbow Smelt (Osmerus mordax)
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- Smelting: Smelting on Lake Superior
- What is a smelt: Species Profile: Rainbow Smelt
- What to do with the smelt you catch: Smelt - Dip Net to Dish
- Cooking smelt: Smelt Recipes
About smelt populations in Lake Superior:
- The Mystery of the Missing Smelt
- Readers Want to Know: About Smelt (Seiche)
- The Spirit of the Annual Smelt Run (Audio)
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