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Author Topic: Winter 2017 VHS Virus Fish Kills on Lake St. Clair including largemouth bass  (Read 1290 times)

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Winter 2017 VHS Virus Fish Kills on Lake St. Clair

MDNR News 5/1/2017

Michigan DNR confirms VHS virus involved in Lake St. Clair fish kill

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that test results on fish collected in the ongoing fish kill event on Lake St. Clair were confirmed to be positive for viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSv). Fish were collected during late March and early April and included gizzard shad, bluegill, and black and white crappie.

Note: Muskies and some largemouth bass have also been killed. The MDNR has announced they will not collect any muskie eggs from the Lake St. Clair - Detroit River system this spring.

Read the full news story about the VHS virus fish kill on the GreatLakesBass.com Conservation News section.
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