July 1, 2010 at 4:38 am in INFORUM
WAHPETON, N.D. North Dakota wildlife officials say a young zebra mussel has been found in the Red River, between Wahpeton and neighboring Breckenridge, Minn. Continue Reading
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A microscopic free-swimming zebra mussel that can float for weeks before eventually attaching to something and growing into a dime-size mussel. Once they are established they reproduce rapidly, with one female producing up to 1 million eggs a season, according to Game and Fish.
I wonder what a million dime size mussels weigh?
Also can we use them as bait? Fishing is so good nowadays in the Red in Fargo, Catfish, Walleye’s, Northerner’s, and even Sturgeons are biting good this year. I hope these critters don’t ruin fishing on the Red.
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