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  • VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA

    Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) virus is a serious fish disease that has recently been discovered in Wisconsin.

    not a health risk for people so anglers can continue to enjoy fishing and eating their catch.

    Although the VHS virus affects a variety of fish species, it is

    Yes. Anglers and boaters on Wisconsin’s waters should:

    DRAIN all water from boat, motor, bilge, live wells, and fishing equipment including bait buckets and coolers before leaving the lake or shoreline. TAKE NO LIVE FISH or fish eggs, including bait minnows, from these waters. Ice your catch and dispose of your minnows in covered waste barrels. INSPECT and REMOVE all aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your boat, trailer, and equipment before leaving the landing.

    • REPORT large numbers of dead or dying fish to the DNR Tipline at 1-800-TIP-WNDR (847-9367)

    For more information on the VHS virus, visit:

    http://dnr.wi.gov/fish/pages/vhs.html

    WHAT IS IT?

    CAN YOU HELP STOP THE SPREAD?

    FH-930ww 2007Recycled Paper

    Photos: Garth Traxler (USGS, Seattle WA), Dr Mohamed Faisal (MSU, Lansing MI) and Dr Paul Bowser (Cornell, Ithaca NY)

    VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA

    Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) virus is a serious fish disease that has recently been discovered in Wisconsin.

    not a health risk for people so anglers can continue to enjoy fishing and eating their catch.

    Although the VHS virus affects a variety of fish species, it is

    Yes. Anglers and boaters on Wisconsin’s waters should:

    DRAIN all water from boat, motor, bilge, live wells, and fishing equipment including bait buckets and coolers before leaving the lake or shoreline. TAKE NO LIVE FISH or fish eggs, including bait minnows, from these waters. Ice your catch and dispose of your minnows in covered waste barrels. INSPECT and REMOVE all aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your boat, trailer, and equipment before leaving the landing.

    • REPORT large numbers of dead or dying fish to the DNR Tipline at 1-800-TIP-WNDR (847-9367)

    For more information on the VHS virus, visit:

    http://dnr.wi.gov/fish/pages/vhs.html

    WHAT IS IT?

    CAN YOU HELP STOP THE SPREAD?

    FH-930ww 2007Recycled Paper

    Photos: Garth Traxler (USGS, Seattle WA), Dr Mohamed Faisal (MSU, Lansing MI) and Dr Paul Bowser (Cornell, Ithaca NY)

    VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA

    Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) virus is a serious fish disease that has recently been discovered in Wisconsin.

    not a health risk for people so anglers can continue to enjoy fishing and eating their catch.

    Although the VHS virus affects a variety of fish species, it is

    Yes. Anglers and boaters on Wisconsin’s waters should:

    DRAIN all water from boat, motor, bilge, live wells, and fishing equipment including bait buckets and coolers before leaving the lake or shoreline. TAKE NO LIVE FISH or fish eggs, including bait minnows, from these waters. Ice your catch and dispose of your minnows in covered waste barrels. INSPECT and REMOVE all aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your boat, trailer, and equipment before leaving the landing.

    • REPORT large numbers of dead or dying fish to the DNR Tipline at 1-800-TIP-WNDR (847-9367)

    For more information on the VHS virus, visit:

    http://dnr.wi.gov/fish/pages/vhs.html

    WHAT IS IT?

    CAN YOU HELP STOP THE SPREAD?

    FH-930ww 2007Recycled Paper

    Photos: Garth Traxler (USGS, Seattle WA), Dr Mohamed Faisal (MSU, Lansing MI) and Dr Paul Bowser (Cornell, Ithaca NY)

    VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA

    Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) virus is a serious fish disease that has recently been discovered in Wisconsin.

    not a health risk for people so anglers can continue to enjoy fishing and eating their catch.

    Although the VHS virus affects a variety of fish species, it is

    Yes. Anglers and boaters on Wisconsin’s waters should:

    DRAIN all water from boat, motor, bilge, live wells, and fishing equipment including bait buckets and coolers before leaving the lake or shoreline. TAKE NO LIVE FISH or fish eggs, including bait minnows, from these waters. Ice your catch and dispose of your minnows in covered waste barrels. INSPECT and REMOVE all aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your boat, trailer, and equipment before leaving the landing.

    • REPORT large numbers of dead or dying fish to the DNR Tipline at 1-800-TIP-WNDR (847-9367)

    For more information on the VHS virus, visit:

    http://dnr.wi.gov/fish/pages/vhs.html

    WHAT IS IT?

    CAN YOU HELP STOP THE SPREAD?

    FH-930ww 2007Recycled Paper

    Photos: Garth Traxler (USGS, Seattle WA), Dr Mohamed Faisal (MSU, Lansing MI) and Dr Paul Bowser (Cornell, Ithaca NY)

    VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA

    Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) virus is a serious fish disease that has recently been discovered in Wisconsin.

    not a health risk for people so anglers can continue to enjoy fishing and eating their catch.

    Although the VHS virus affects a variety of fish species, it is

    Yes. Anglers and boaters on Wisconsin’s waters should:

    DRAIN all water from boat, motor, bilge, live wells, and fishing equipment including bait buckets and coolers before leaving the lake or shoreline. TAKE NO LIVE FISH or fish eggs, including bait minnows, from these waters. Ice your catch and dispose of your minnows in covered waste barrels. INSPECT and REMOVE all aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your boat, trailer, and equipment before leaving the landing.

    • REPORT large numbers of dead or dying fish to the DNR Tipline at 1-800-TIP-WNDR (847-9367)

    For more information on the VHS virus, visit:

    http://dnr.wi.gov/fish/pages/vhs.html

    WHAT IS IT?

    CAN YOU HELP STOP THE SPREAD?

    FH-930ww 2007Recycled Paper

    Photos: Garth Traxler (USGS, Seattle WA), Dr Mohamed Faisal (MSU, Lansing MI) and Dr Paul Bowser (Cornell, Ithaca NY)

    VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA

    Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) virus is a serious fish disease that has recently been discovered in Wisconsin.

    not a health risk for people so anglers can continue to enjoy fishing and eating their catch.

    Although the VHS virus affects a variety of fish species, it is

    Yes. Anglers and boaters on Wisconsin’s waters should:

    DRAIN all water from boat, motor, bilge, live wells, and fishing equipment including bait buckets and coolers before leaving the lake or shoreline. TAKE NO LIVE FISH or fish eggs, including bait minnows, from these waters. Ice your catch and dispose of your minnows in covered waste barrels. INSPECT and REMOVE all aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your boat, trailer, and equipment before leaving the landing.

    • REPORT large numbers of dead or dying fish to the DNR Tipline at 1-800-TIP-WNDR (847-9367)

    For more information on the VHS virus, visit:

    http://dnr.wi.gov/fish/pages/vhs.html

    WHAT IS IT?

    CAN YOU HELP STOP THE SPREAD?

    FH-930ww 2007Recycled Paper

    Photos: Garth Traxler (USGS, Seattle WA), Dr Mohamed Faisal (MSU, Lansing MI) and Dr Paul Bowser (Cornell, Ithaca NY)

    VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA

    Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) virus is a serious fish disease that has recently been discovered in Wisconsin.

    not a health risk for people so anglers can continue to enjoy fishing and eating their catch.

    Although the VHS virus affects a variety of fish species, it is

    Yes. Anglers and boaters on Wisconsin’s waters should:

    DRAIN all water from boat, motor, bilge, live wells, and fishing equipment including bait buckets and coolers before leaving the lake or shoreline. TAKE NO LIVE FISH or fish eggs, including bait minnows, from these waters. Ice your catch and dispose of your minnows in covered waste barrels. INSPECT and REMOVE all aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your boat, trailer, and equipment before leaving the landing.

    • REPORT large numbers of dead

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