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maybe they all need some rainfall to dilute that bad water--not another flood just some rain
Grew up fishing city park in NO and almost every summer they had a major fish kill in one of the ponds. This would happen after a heavy rain that would have a major run off and it would kill the grass. We got what we need this week a strong North wind to pull out all this trash and cool the water.
Tickfaw , blind , and Amite all had fish kills . It wasn't nearly as bad as the fish kills after Katrina .
The water is just now getting back to normal levels . Even with the northerly winds it's taken it's time leaving out . There is also a nasty film on top the water , reminds me of a gumbo spoiling while your cooking it . Stinks !
the Tangipahoa River had a lot of dead fish all weekend, i think this storm really set us back as far as bass fishing.
below french settlement had a decent amount of floaters,,, too bad, some of them were some really nice sized bass, larger than anytihng I've heard being caught on a hook. All the bream I used to feed everyday are gone, I've been running a water hose flow into the river off my dock since the waters receded,trying to help with a little areation,, have a very few small bream still sucking on top,,, got that black film as mentioned.
One good thing is that I have seen many dead asian carp floating. I hope it kills everyone of them things.
Im beginning to think the fish kill is worse than I had originally thought . I haven't seen as many dead fish as I did after Katrina because the water stayed so high for so long , a lot of fish died in the high water back in the swamp or woods . They sank before they could float out to the main rivers .
I'm no biologist or anything but that's just my opinion . The water is so bad right now nothing could survive in that . It'll be a while before we have fish again .
...Ya'all act'n like a decorated AA who dropped his drink and try'n to lick-it up before it hits 'da drain ???...'hang onto 'da rail Ira, 'da end is near' ???...cheers
no entienda el conejo
What admiral means is the fish dying off is like running out of liquor to a wine O .. The fishermen are already getting the DTs .
I very rarely quite catch his gist, therefore the 'I don't understand rabbit' comment above.
Admiral only speaks Navajo , Sioux and a lil broken English .
And no Spanish !
Allison...Pic hit it on the head !!!...cheers to both of 'ya !!!...sometimes I do mess w/'ya guys...have ya'all read the new 2012-2013 hunting regs. it probably went to press before Isaac...it makes you drown in red tape...sure glad I'am a 'has been' at 76...cheers
^^^^^That is good stuff right there!!!