Where are the tullibees?
A small, silvery, iridescent fish that lurks in some area lakes is on the decline.
Tullibees, also known as cisco or lake herring, typically weigh about one to two pounds, but can get up to 5-pounds, 12-ounces. They feed on insects, small fish, small crustaceans and zooplankton. Tullibees are also considered an important part in the diets of large predators such as northerns and walleyes.
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