How to Protect Against Invasive Species on Fishing Boats

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Invasive species are non-native organisms, be it plant or animal, that outcompete our native species. Problem is, they often damage the existing resource in a host of irreparable ways. Examples range from reducing the quality of fishing (think Asian Carp), or reduced access to previously used water such as Eurasian Watermilfoil forming dense matts of impenetrable vegetation. But ALL outdoor users can help prevent the spread of invasive species by following the simple process of CLEAN DRAIN DRY before transporting equipment or clothing to new waters. Please watch to learn more.
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