There will be a follow-up Electrofishing survey beginning next week to get an idea of the impact of the treatment on the fish population. The survey will help determine if the fish that were tagged prior to the treatment, survived, died, moved down street or completely left the system.
The Idaho Department of Agriculture continues to evaluate the current state of the Quagga Mussel situation discovered last week at Centennial Park. But County officials are seeing people ignore the warning signs... literally.
“We want hunters and anglers to choose other areas to hunt or fish until the closure is lifted so that the Idaho Department of Agriculture can continue to safely assess the extent of quagga mussels in the Snake River.”