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Eye on America (Asian Carp) #762006

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 11, 2004
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Lake City, Minnesota: Bob McNamara) Minnesota’s efforts to thwart the invasion of Asian carp, which are a threat to native fish, featured; scenes shown of the fish jumping out of the water at the sound of motor noise; map shown of how the carp have migrated up the Mississippi River from Louisiana to Minnesota; details given about the movement to install a wall of bubbles in the river to scare the carp away. [Fisherman Tim ADAMS†- comments.] [Minnesota Department of Natural Resources John HOXMEIER†, Jay RENDALL†- note on the urgency of preventing the spread of the fish.]

(NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.)

Pelley, Scott;
McNamara, Bob

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