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Re: NFC: Fish Kill in Indiana

Could be there is something more  then ammonia, which would effect the total
water column, not just the bottom roaming fish would be effected too.   I
also like the diversion idea too.  We had a Phosphate spill here not to long
ago and misinformation is still going on(now only about how much it killed,
months after the fish and other animal's bodies are disposed of).    JiM C.
-----Original Message-----
From: robert a rice <robertrice at juno_com>
To: nfc at actwin_com <nfc at actwin_com>
Date: Wednesday, December 22, 1999 5:45 PM
Subject: Re: NFC: Fish Kill in Indiana

>You got me ! Typically the rough fish are the last to go so if it nuked
>the Carp you can bet it got everything else also...My guess is they are
>spinning the story to divert public attention...It would be "bad" in the
>publics eye to kill off Bass but OK to Nuke the rough fish....Sounds like
>they are telling a fish tale...:)
>On Wed, 22 Dec 1999 17:36:29 -0500 "Jeremy Carroll" <eagle at on-net_net>
>> A fish kill has happened in indiana in the white river close to
>> noblesville.
>> They said it was caused by a water treatment facility that leaked
>> high
>> levels of amonia into the water. They said that fish such as
>> catfish,carp,etc were mostly the ones that were kiled. Normally
>> these fish
>> are hard to kill but the ones that are easy to kill such as
>> bass,bluegill,etc didnt die. How is this?
>Robert Rice
>All Men are equal until the point of exertion
> http://www.nativefish.org