I was checking out the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Fishing Report site http://blogs.clemetparks.com/rocky-river-fishing-report/noticed the picture of the steelhead Mepps caught with the left pectoral fin clip. Apparently that means that the fish is a Ganaraska strain of steelhead that was likely stocked in Ontario, Canada in 2006. The site also mentions that a right pectoral fin clip may be a Michigan or Ontario fish stocked in 2005. I know that Ohio stocks Manistee strain steelhead now, but I'm not sure how long they have been doing so. I'm curious as to how many different strains of steelhead are swimming in Lake Erie tribs? What strains do each state/province stock? What are the physical differences and tendencies of each strain? What percentage of our area's fish population does each strain account for?