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Asian carp DNA sample found in Sturgeon Bay

6:35 AM, Nov. 6, 2013
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A DNA sample taken from the bay waters on the west side of Sturgeon Bay near Potawatomi State Park tested positive for Asian carp, but it is unlikely to be from an actual fish, according to the fishery director of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Last May the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service took 50 water samples in the Sturgeon Bay area among 282 from other ports in Lake Michigan as part of an experimental DNA screening for invasive fish species, said DNR fishery director Mike Staggs. The federal testing was part of a fish survey of more than 800 various ports across the U.S.

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