BRIDGMAN, Mich.--- Cook Nuclear Plant is launching a high tech helper this week to help you predict fishing hot spots on Lake Michigan.
Their weather buoy studies the temperature of the water supply coming into the plant.
But the information can also be used to help fishermen pinpoint temperature bands that Lake Trout and Salmon follow.
The nuclear plant will be posting the information online in real time.
An open house is scheduled for this Thursday so you can see how the buoy works.
It will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at Pier 33.