Reward offered to catch Nevada lake invasive fish dumper

Reward offered to catch Nevada lake invasive fish dumperRENO, Nev. (AP) — Nevada game wardens who spend most of their time hunting down big-game poachers are focusing on a serious threat to nature in a lake: An invasive fish species that eats all the other fish prized by anglers and then turns cannibalistic.


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