urbanHog312 wrote:maybe 6 inch visibility at best in northern cook
Mississippi grass shrimp like the dozen or so found in the Des Plaines River have been rather uncommon in Illinois due to soil erosion that has clouded the water and killed many of the plants the shrimp feed on. The LCFPD calls the shrimpâ€™s discovery â€śencouragingâ€ť as their presence is an indication of cleaner water and improving habitat around the Des Plaines River area.
According to the LCFPD, the only other known locations are in the Kankakee River and Otter Creek in Kane County.
Rambler wrote:I caught some 'gills & threw one in a bucket & took it home. The next Monday I took it to school & threw it in the big tank in the biology lab.
It ate every other damned thing in the tank.
RonG wrote:Legality: The only thing I see mentioned that would be a problem if stopped, would be having mini-pike in your possession while fishing.
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