By EAMON DEVLIN
Capital News Service
LANSING – When you reel in the salmon of your dreams, people may ask how big or what kind it was. It’s unlikely someone will ask where it was born. But that’s what researchers at Michigan State University are now asking to better understand how many Chinook salmon move from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. So, where are the fish born? For researchers, the answer lies in a stone in the fish’s ear.