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E-M:/ A Huge, Boat-Hurdling Carp Is No Mississippi Fish Story
- Subject: E-M:/ A Huge, Boat-Hurdling Carp Is No Mississippi Fish Story
- From: HAMILTREEF@aol.com
- Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2002 10:45:37 EDT
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This is a serious threat to our Great Lakes watersheds. The exotic fish problems caused by the aquaculture commercial operations are very similiar to the problems caused by the cervidae pen operations with CWD. The commercialization of fish and game will in the long term destroy sport fishing and hunting heritage as we know it today.
>From article: Grass carp, bighead carp and the neurotic silver carp — giant, prolific species all originally imported by catfish farmers in Mississippi and Arkansas two decades ago to control detritus and unwanted plant and animal life in their manmade ponds — have escaped in floods into the Mississippi, and have begun showing up as far north as Iowa and Illinois.
A Huge, Boat-Hurdling Carp Is No Mississippi Fish Story