Saturday, February 4th, 2023
Saturday, February 4th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Fargo, N.D. Pollution control officials said last week they’re monitoring storm-water discharges in an effort to find out why more than 1,000 fish died in the Red River near Fargo.

The dead fish were found in the river on the city’s northern
edge over a several day span two weeks ago. Investigators suspect
that the fish suffocated when oxygen levels in the river dropped
suddenly. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and DNR are
working with their counterparts in North Dakota to determine what
caused the deaths.

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