A native species, and the once most plentiful fish in Lake Michigan, may be poised for a comeback, especially if Charles Bronte of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has a say.

"Make no mistake, our (USF&WS) mission is to restore native species," Bronte said during a workshop organized by Indiana-Illinois Sea Grant in Hammond last fall.

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