Retired Mankato professor has plan to fix Asian carp problem
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#1 Jun 4, 2010
Absolutely they can be fished out of existence. That's why it's so disappointing that out of the $78 million pledged to fight them only $3 million is going to aggressive commercial fishing.
They can be canned and that eliminates the bone problem or if nothing else they can be turned into pet food or livestock feed.
#2 Jun 11, 2010
Is it because large fish are dangerous to eat in such polluted waters? We're not supposed to eat more than one local wild fish meal a week of small fish.
At any rate it's a pity as carp is tasty, especially smoked, and people need help.
#3 Jan 6, 2012
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