'It'll smell pretty bad' — State to chemically kill Wagon Train fish to eliminate unwanted species
The fish at Wagon Train Lake won't be biting after Wednesday.They'll be floating, then decomposing.The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission plans what it calls a chemical renovation of Wagon Train — treating the lake with hundreds of gallons of pesticide to eliminate a trio of undesirable species that are threatening water quality and crowding out game species.But rotenone doesn't discriminate. 'It's not selective,' said Jeff Jackson, aquatic habitat program manager for G&P. 'It will affect any gilled breathing organism.
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