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Aquatic Invasive Species Lurk Under the Ice
Winter has arrived and lakes are starting to freeze. With this change in season comes placing your boat in storage and bringing out the ice auger, tip-ups and shanty.

However, the threat of aquatic invasive species doesn’t go away when the lake starts to make ice. When on the ice please follow these rules to prevent the spread of zebra mussels, spiny water fleas, Eurasian water milfoil and other invasive species.

     -Inspect ice fishing equipment
     -Remove attached aquatic plants, mud and animals before leaving the ice.
     -Drain all water from equipment and containers containing fish prior to leaving the ice

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Aquatic Plants an Important Part of any Healthy Freshwater Ecosystem - More than 4,200 types of wild plant species grow in Florida including more than 1,400 invasive species, providing greater plant diversity than nearly any other state. Hundreds of these plant species blossom in Florida lakes and streams and along freshwater shorelines. Besides providing prime habitat, these plants also help keep local waters clean.


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