Was at the Dayton dam today and asian carp were stacked up THICK
right in the power-plant discharge.
You could see dozens of them with their fins and tails sticking out of the water and jumping occasionaly.
Aside from people bringing
the dam, how do you suppose they might be able to make it past that point of the river.
That's a tall dam, and I can't imagine that they could get through the turbines and into the upper river.
On the Illinois river, I guess they "lock-up", (get through the navigation locks)
Is it only a matter of time before our beloved Fox river is infested all the way up to Wisconsin?