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Re: NFC: Fw: Yes, please help me.
First off you should try to determine where the problem with
the lake is coming from. The water levels dropping is probably normal in
responce to the drought conditions Southern Cal. commonly goes through and
the fish kills are the result of severe oxygen depletion due in great part to
the high temps and lack of deep water. You mentioned gambusia, are they the
only small none-game fish there? And are there no other small critters such
as crayfish or other forage foods for the larger fish? Your initial
accessment that the lake is in desperate need of bio-diversity has foundation
if the answers to these questions is NO. However, before you take the
initiative, best do the legwork to find what you can legally do, California
is one of the most strictly regulated states where their wetland habitats are
concerned. Goodluck and keep us posted.
Exotic Removal Program