Trout Camera

You are currently viewing the Grayling Fish Hatchery live streaming trout camera!

Here are some of the things you will be able to see on the camera! You will see Rainbow Trout swimming in the raceway and eating food that floats by. Unless the trout are super close to the camera, you will see them as flashes of brown with a black eye. The MI DNR Oden Fish Hatchery supplied the Graying Fish Hatchery with 1,100 Rainbow Trout that range in size from 7-10 inches. Our trout eat three times a day. The food will be floating at the top of the water column as a round, black, or brown pellet. If you visit the hatchery, you’ll have the opportunity to feed our awesome fish! We’d love to see your smiling face!

Hatchery employees clean the raceways a few times each week, so you will see them walking by the camera. The employees hop into the raceways and use brooms to sweep away any collected debris. It is important to note that this debris is natural and originates from the Au Sable River. The debris will pass onscreen in the form of sticks, mud, sand, and other river substrates.