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DEC Plans Action to Protect Catlin Creek and Adjacent Wetlands from Northern Snakehead

Continuing an aggressive approach toward invasive species, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) will apply an aquatic pesticide to portions of Catlin Creek and adjacent wetlands to eradicate an invasive fish called the Northern Snakehead, Regional Director Willie Janeway announced today. The treatment, slated for October, will…


Snakehead Campaign’s First Phase Ends; Evaluation Awaited in Arkansas

BRINKLEY – Application of a fish-specific poison to many miles of creeks and ditches in east Arkansas has been completed in the fight against the invasive snakehead fish. Several public agencies, more than a hundred people and three-quarters of a million dollars are heading up the attack on the ugly…


Anglers Can Help Keep Slithery Menace Out of Missouri

The toothy Asian snakehead has turned up in Arkansas and could invade Show-Me State waters. JEFFERSON CITY-Some ecological threats are subtle, hardly drawing any notice except in scientific circles. Then there is the northern snakehead, an exotic invader so obviously evil it is difficult not to recoil in horror. At…


Northern Snakehead Fish Found in Catlin Creek in the Town of Waywayanda, Orange County

DEC Notifying Riparian Landowners of the Possible Use of Aquatic Pesticide and Holding a Public Meeting In late May 2008, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Fisheries staff responded to a report by a local fisherman of an invasive species in Catlin Creek near Ridgebury Lake in the…


Agencies to Sample Creeks in Continued Search for Northern Snakehead

LITTLE ROCK – Several state and federal agencies will be sampling Big Creek and Cox Cypress Creek in eastern Arkansas next week as part of the continuing effort to discover the extent of the northern snakehead infestation. Fisheries biologists from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, along with representatives from…


Anglers Reminded to be on Lookout for Snakehead Fish

RALEIGH, N.C. – The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding anglers fishing the Catawba River this year to be on the lookout for snakehead – an exotic, predatory fish that has the potential to expand its range into North Carolina waters. If anglers suspect they have caught a snakehead in…


Northern Snakehead Makes Arkansas Arrival

BRINKLEY – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission fisheries biologists confirmed a breeding population of northern snakehead, an invasive species from Asia, in Lee County on April 28. The population was discovered when a farmer found an unusual fish wiggling along a gravel farm road near a ditch and contacted the…