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AIS-Serious Question
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Joined:
11/22/2014
From St Michael
Posts: 304
I know the debate about the spread of invasive species is super contentious, but I have a serious question that I haven't seen discussed before. The only times I have ever encountered an invasive species has been when I pull them in on my fishing equipment. I was just organizing my tackle this evening and I found several jigs, crankbaits, and terminal tackle that had little remnants of weeds and such still attached. How possible is it for these to hold invasives an then spread them around?

Posted on: 7/10 23:12:03
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Re: AIS-Serious Question
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Joined:
05/06/2012
From North shore of Mille Lacs
Posts: 1691
From spores that are on them. Once dried the spores die.
Spores are the culprit, but they need to stay wet.

Posted on: 7/10 23:33:35
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