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Lake Houston Tilapia Die Off #13893020 02/18/21 10:09 PM
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The tilapia in the creeks near Lake Houston are dying my the thousands. The pelicans and cormorants are having quite a feast! That 10 degrees temperature did them in.

Re: Lake Houston Tilapia Die Off [Re: Megjur] #13893088 02/18/21 10:46 PM
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Natures way of thinning them out! thumb


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Re: Lake Houston Tilapia Die Off [Re: Megjur] #13895452 02/20/21 03:38 PM
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Yep, tilapia are a warm water fish.

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