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Algae Treatment Leads to Massive Fish Kill in Lake Isabella
Lake Isabella has experienced a significant “fish kill” due to low oxygen levels following treatment of an extremely high blue-green algae presence.

When the heavy bloom was noted a recommendation was made to close the lake to swimming and boaters and a company was hired to treat the lake with a chemical called SeClear. The following day, hundreds of dead fish were observed lying dead on the bottom and floating on the surface.

Workers went around netting the dead fish. The numbers showed 1,105 small largemouth bass killed, 181,888 bluegill fingerlings, 7,635 larger bluegill, 26 white crappie, 3 grass carp and 10 channel catfish killed. All of the fish were buried in the Village gravel pit.


 
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Volunteers to Fight Aquatic Invasive Species - Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protections (DEEP) has launched a new initiative that relies on local volunteers to help combat the spread of invasive plant and animal species in the state’s lakes. The trained volunteers fill voids in DEEP staffing and may also offer their services to the hundred's of town-owned and private launches; which the DEEP does not staff.


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