When silver carp were discovered in the James River several years ago, biologists knew they had their work cut out for them to prevent the aquatic nuisance species from spreading. In this week's North Dakota Outdoors, Tom Jensen shows us how the Game and Fish Department is using a unique approach to  monitor  the  carp  to see [...]

 

 

When silver carp were discovered in the James River several years ago, biologists knew they had their work cut out for them to prevent the aquatic nuisance species from spreading.

In this week's North Dakota Outdoors, Tom Jensen shows us how the Game and Fish Department is using a unique approach to  monitor  the  carp  to see if they are breeding.

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