The weather helped scientists, out to rid lakes of the damaging fish, round up 90 percent of the carp in Chanhassen's Lake Susan.
By LAURIE BLAKE, Star Tribune
Talk about a great day of ice fishing.
Capitalizing on a quirk of nature -- carp congregate when it's cold -- University of Minnesota biologists pulled more than 3,000 of the unwelcome bottom feeders, some of them as old as 50 years, out of Chanhassen's Lake Susan on Monday. [Full Story]
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis - St. Paul, MN.)