Idaho Senate Minority Leader Michelle Stennett, D-Ketchum, shows a three month growth of invasive species the quagga mussel in 2017. Invasive species in the water can settle in the bilge of a boat or cling to its hull, motor or trailer. They can also catch a ride on fishing gear and boots.
Idaho Senate Minority Leader Michelle Stennett, D-Ketchum, shows a three month growth of invasive species the quagga mussel in 2017. Invasive species in the water can settle in the bilge of a boat or cling to its hull, motor or trailer. They can also catch a ride on fishing gear and boots. Otto Kitsinger AP file
Idaho Senate Minority Leader Michelle Stennett, D-Ketchum, shows a three month growth of invasive species the quagga mussel in 2017. Invasive species in the water can settle in the bilge of a boat or cling to its hull, motor or trailer. They can also catch a ride on fishing gear and boots. Otto Kitsinger AP file

State asks boaters to prevent spread of invasive species

April 06, 2018 09:00 AM