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  • Invasive Plant at Ross Barnett Reservoir

    Invasive Plant at Ross Barnett Reservoir

    Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, (MDWFP) aquatic plant control personnel found Giant Salvinia, an aggressive invasive plant, in Ross Barnett Reservoir recently. The plant was sparsely distributed over a 5-acre area in Pelahatchie Bay. MDWFP personnel will use herbicides to control the Giant Salvinia. According to Fisheries Biologist Dennis Riecke “this plant grows rapidly and forms thick surface mats which can prevent boating. Once aquatic invasive species are released into our natural waters, they are very difficult and expensive to control. Anglers and boaters are encouraged to clean, drain and dry their boating equipment after each use and certainly before traveling to fish or boat at a different location to limit the spread of aquatic invasive species.

  • Was searching for lake plant schedule...

    Was searching for lake plant schedule...

    Was searching for lake plant schedule... found this unique plant in a lake

  • Boat manufacturing plant that closed in 2009 reopening with 130 jobs to the community

    Boat manufacturing plant that closed in 2009 reopening with 130 jobs to the community

    White River Marine Group, the manufacturing arm of Bass Pro Shops, announced it would reopen the facility in response to strong customer demand and an expanding market for its award-winning family of boat brands.

  • Tiny Plant Threatens Trophy-Sized Fish

    Tiny Plant Threatens Trophy-Sized Fish

    Anglers come from all over the world to fish Lake Fork, a 27,000-acre lake in east Texas with a reputation for producing monster fish.

  • Plant Expansion Underway for Scout Boats

    Plant Expansion Underway for Scout Boats

    Scout Boats, Inc. is expanding its Summerville, South Carolina manufacturing headquarters with the addition of a 120,000-square foot building on its campus called Plant D. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 onsite.

  • Don't Release Aquarium Plants into Local Waterways

    Don't Release Aquarium Plants into Local Waterways

    Hemlock water dropwort (Oenanthe crocata) in spring The recent discovery of a non-native aquatic plant in Minnesota is a reminder that people should always dispose of aquarium or water garden plants or animals appropriately – not by releasing them into the environment.

  • Oregon: Rogue Valley Trout Plant for the Holiday

    Oregon: Rogue Valley Trout Plant for the Holiday

    Cole Rivers Hatchery is stocking one-pound trout in urban ponds to entice people to opt outside for Thanksgiving angling. This week, Reinhart Park Pond in Grants Pass is getting 500 rainbow trout while 1,500 will go into the Expo Pond in Central Point.