Daily Court Reporter - News Winter fish kills may be common as ice retreats from Ohio's ponds and lakes
Winter fish kills may be common as ice retreats from Ohio's ponds and lakes
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) reminds Ohioans that small numbers of dead fish may be common in ponds and small lakes this spring. Winter die-offs of fish that result from long periods of heavy ice and snow cover on small waters are referred to as “winterkills.” Winterkills may occur in some Ohio waters this year as ice and snow from the past few months gives way to spring.
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Date Published: March 29, 2019