Bruce Gilman Report


One of the things we learned from Prof. Gilman’ s April 10 presentation was this:

Common carp (European carp) are an invasive species.  Prof. Gilman and his associates only caught 5 in Loon Lake (out of 863 sampled), so they are not real prevalent. Nevertheless, since they are an undesirable invasive species, anyone catching one is advised to NOT RETURN IT TO THE LAKE lake but to dispose of it in an environmentally friendly manner as Prof. Gilman’s group did with the 5 they caught.

Full Report

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Gilman Final Report – Loon Lake Invasives