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A team of federal-state fishery staffers use electric current to temporarily shock fish. Fish may be netted into boat. Current is also used to herd fish toward gill nets in the Sandusky River near Fremont during search for Asian carp on Tuesday. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
Team of federal and state wildlife experts on the Sandusky River near Fremont on Tuesday. They netted fish with gill nets, in search of Asian carp. Carp genetic material has been found nearby in Sandusky Bay. US Fish and Wildlife staffer is holding a buffalo fish. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
Rich Carter is top fish man for the ODNR and Ohio's Asian carp expert. He talked about the Asian Carp threat on Tuesday. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)