• Utah is encouraging people to catch up to twice the fish they're normally allowed as rising water temperatures threaten to kill off supplies

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Utah is loosening fishing restrictions as drought and hot temperatures threaten to kill fish.
    The state says the changes will allow anglers to "harvest additional fish prior to fish loss."
    Warm water has less dissolved oxygen. For fish, this can stunt growth, cause disease, and even kill.
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    Utah officials are loosening limits on fishing, in some cases allowing people to catch and keep twice as many fish as they previously could, as heat and drought conditions threaten fish survival this summer. The Utah Division of...
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