Bois de Sioux fish kill linked to Lake Traverse outflow reduction
FARGO - A fish kill on the Bois de Sioux River in July was caused by a chain-reaction that began when the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers cut outflows from Lake Traverse, a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources official said Tuesday.
When dead carp began piling up near Wahpeton, N.D., around the Fourth of July, the DNR collected dying fish and had them analyzed.
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