If you see one of these, kill it. Immediately!

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    It’s a northern snakehead fish and is somehow in Georgia’s waters.

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    The department urges people to photograph the fish, including some close-up shots "of its mouth, fins and tail." Remember where and when you found it and immediately report it to the office's Wildlife Resources Division Fisheries Office.

    From Snakehead fish discovered in Georgia, sparks warning from wildlife officials: 'Kill it immediately'
     
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    I Think Maryland Is Having It Out With Virginia
    Trying To Regulate It As A Commercial Fish

    Here's Florida:
    Florida Snakehead Fishing in South Florida Urban Canals
    We have caught as many as 40 on one trip and usually average around 15 per outing. It is fun fishing with lots of explosive topwater strikes and hard runs. Not too mention that you will probably catch plenty of other species as well.

    Looks Like An Income For A Fishing Guide
    Use A Cast Net For Their Younguns
    For Chum And Cut-Bait
     
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