Lake Yankton Fishery Renovation Set to Begin

August 12, 2014 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN – A renovation of the existing fish population in Lake Yankton, located below Gavins Point Dam, is set to occur on Sept. 10. The project includes drawing Lake Yankton’s water level down four feet and applying the chemical rotenone to eliminate the fish population. Record Missouri River flooding in 2011 allowed undesirable fish species ...

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