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Early Events Could Forecast Busy Summer Season of Fish Kills for DNREC

On Tuesday, DNREC staff responded to a fish kill involving an estimated 30,000 young menhaden in Dirickson Creek, a tributary of Assawoman Bay near Fenwick Island. The cause was the same as two earlier fish kills in the Inland Bays this year: not enough dissolved oxygen in the water. These…


Permits Needed Before Using Chemicals or Herbicides on Aquatic Vegetation

SPOONER, Wis. — Waterfront owners buying chemicals for weed treatments along and in their shorelines should know they need a Department of Natural Resources permit before using the product. The permit is necessary to insure proper use of the chemical and prevent harm to the lake or stream. “Aquatic plants…


DNR Finds Eurasian Watermilfoil in a New Lake Near Brainerd

Eurasian watermilfoil, an invasive species already found in some Minnesota lakes, was discovered Monday in Upper Mission Lake, located 15 miles north of Brainerd. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) staff were conducting a survey of aquatic plants when they noticed fragments of Eurasian watermilfoil floating in the lake. Rooted…


Weed Control Successful at Dewart Lake

An aquatic herbicide application two years ago to control Eurasian water milfoil in Dewart Lake has nearly eliminated the noxious non-native weed from the 551-acre Kosciusko County lake. During sampling late this month, milfoil was found at only three of 90 locations checked by DNR Division of Fish and Wildlife…


DNR Seeks Comments on Two Lake Vegetation Management Plans in Duluth Area

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking public comments until June 13 on lake vegetation management plans for Caribou and Nichols lakes, which are located near Duluth in St. Louis County. The draft plans and comment forms are available on the DNR Web site at: http://www.mndnr.gov/areas/fisheries/duluth/reports.html Draft plans…


CT DEP Reminds Opening Day Anglers To Take Precautions To Prevent Spread Of “Didymo” Into Connecticut Waters

Highly invasive alga found last year in several popular trout streams in the Northeast, Anglers considered an important vector in spread of didymo. With Opening Day of trout season this weekend, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is reminding anglers and boaters to be on the lookout for the…