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They are still dead. There have been volunteers cleaning them up in the channel and the Lake but still see them floating out there. From what I understand it is not as bad as Mohave. It will run it's cycle. Not really a big deal for me. No harm to humans or other fish. But you do notice the smell in different areas of the Lake.
 

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They are still dead. There have been volunteers cleaning them up in the channel and the Lake but still see them floating out there. From what I understand it is not as bad as Mohave. It will run it's cycle. Not really a big deal for me. No harm to humans or other fish. But you do notice the smell in different areas of the Lake.
I personally saw the same lesions on bluegill in steamboat, dieing before our eyes.
 

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Well, here's what I say happened....

lake mead dumped out 8' of water all at once..

when that happened there was 8' x 500 miles of dead zebra muscles on the beach

next the water came back up about 3' putting all the poison secretions from
the zebra muscles in the water

now they dump 8' more out....killing another 500 miles of muscles...

I don't think they will ever public anouce that 5 years ago they decided to take mead down 150'

and that now messing with the water level is contaminating the water

and that the water authority is responable
 
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