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\r\n Got an email yesterday from Sound Rivers reporting a fish kill around Blount\'s Creek.
\n"As of yesterday, reports of a fish kill on the Pamlico near Goose Creek State Park and Blount\'s Creek were confirmed by the state. According to their investigation report, approximately 144,183 menhaden died. Aphanomyces invadans, a water mold, is suspected as the cause of the fish kill. "
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\nI\'ve seen this several times over the last 6 years since I\'ve been in NC. How does this affect fishing? I suppose the crabs love it.
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      Default Massive fish kill on the Pamlico. Effect on fishing?

      Got an email yesterday from Sound Rivers reporting a fish kill around Blount's Creek.
      "As of yesterday, reports of a fish kill on the Pamlico near Goose Creek State Park and Blount's Creek were confirmed by the state. According to their investigation report, approximately 144,183 menhaden died. Aphanomyces invadans, a water mold, is suspected as the cause of the fish kill. "

      I've seen this several times over the last 6 years since I've been in NC. How does this affect fishing? I suppose the crabs love it.

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