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What should I do if I catch a snakehead fish?

Asked: Eike OE, Last Updated:

If you capture a snakehead fish:

  1. Do not release the fish or throw it up on the bank (it could wriggle back into the water). ...
  2. Kill the fish by freezing it or putting it on ice for an extended length of time.
  3. Photograph the fish if you have access to a camera so the species of snakehead fish can be positively identified.

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