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Carp Problem Continues

Carp Problem Continues

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A foreign invader continues to increase its numbers, with little apparent defense.

Sam Stukel, who heads up a Game, Fish and Parks Department study team in Yankton says they are seeing more and more Asian carp…

 

Stukel says they are in discussions about killing all the fish in that lake and starting over…

 

Stukel says so far, Gavins Point Dam is stopping the spread of the invasive species any farther up the Missouri River…

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