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CSF and Partners Support the Fight against Asian Carp
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:13:39 PM »

Posted on Friday, August 10, 2018

By Joel Hodgdon, Central Midwestern States Coordinator

On August 2, the Congressional Sportsmenís Foundation (CSF) and several other partners in the recreational boating and angling community signed on to a letter urging the US Corps of Engineerís (USACE) expedited consideration of the Tentatively Selected Plan at Brandon Road Lock and Dam in Joliet, Illinois.

The plan calls for the construction of several modifications to keep Asian carp out of Lake Michigan, including water jets, an electric barrier, a flushing lock, boat launches and a mooring area. Currently, the USACEís timeline would prevent Congressional approval and authorization of the plan until at least 2021.

Asian carp, an aquatic invasive species, were discovered just nine miles from Lake Michigan in 2017. Should the species get into the Great Lakes system, it could negatively impact the largest freshwater ecosystem in North America.

The fishing industry in the Great Lakes region is a major economic driver with close to 2 million anglers that annually add $5.6 billion and roughly 45,000 jobs to the regional economy. Anglers also heavily contribute to the regionís conservation funding. In Illinois alone, anglers contributed over $16 million dollars to the conservation of the stateís natural resources in 2017.

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