DNR wants boaters and anglers to help in fight against invasive species, diseases
Boaters can be the first line of defense in stopping the spread of invasive water species say wildlife officials with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
"We all love our lakes. Help us protect them - practice good boating hygiene," said Rand Stark, chief conservation warden of the DNR.
The call for action went out after the discovery of hydrilla, a new invasive aquatic plant in Wisconsin waters.