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Why are we on Asian Carp Time?


Dear Woods-N-Water News

At the Sept. 23 Asian carp meeting in Saginaw, Carp Czar John Goss agreed: "We do have native predators for Asian Carp, restoring native fish populations do not in any way affect any other Asian Carp plans, and restoring native fish is part of the plan."

Both John Goss and Jim Bredin (Co-Carp Czar) promised me they would try to get the media to stop saying "no known predators" as it simply isn't true.

It seems however, plans will have to wait until 2015, which looks like more meetings to discuss said plans. Now, how much time do we think we have! It means nothing! We are on Asian Carp time!

Without predators or with a low predator population, they survive better and spread faster! We are all supposed to be doing everything we can to keep the Asian Carp from establishing a population. Check the Asian Carp spread map USGS. Too little too late? More studies? Barriers have everything under control? Politics will save us? We have predators for them, if we don't use them, it's our fault! How is increasing native fish a bad thing? We have invasives they can eat now as well! Trillions of them!

Thank You!

Tom Matych

Twin Lake


November 30, 2011

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