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November 17, 2018, 08:36:27 PM

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Lunker Extreme
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ok I have seen long nose and short nose gar. buff common carp, coy fish, gold fish, a couple of tilapia. yet I have never seen a grass carp on lavon.  Have any of you seen them on lake Lavon?




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If one existed in Lavon it would have been illegally transported and placed there!




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Same here. I've never seen a grass carp on Lake Lavon.



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I didn't know there were tilapia on Lavon.



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hey Law Dog.  The Lavon record for Grass Carp is 58.5lbs.



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hey Law Dog.  The Lavon record for Grass Carp is 58.5lbs.

https://www.texasinvasives.org/animal_database/detail.php?symbol=13
 
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Grass carp are potentially harmful to native resources. Currently, only triploid (sterile) Grass carp are legal for use in Texas, and a permit is required to obtain them. Since Grass carp is a potentially invasive species, an angler who catches one must immediately remove the intestines, except in waters where a valid Triploid Grass Carp Permit is in effect. In those waters, any Grass carp caught must be immediately returned to the water unharmed.

Like I said, any grass carp in Lake Lavon are there illegaly.




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