"The heavy net was hauled to shore, filled with flood debris: plant mulch, wood, deer droppings, sand and mud.
A dire problem began to become obvious.
Most of the inch-long bonytail chub were dead. So were the young suckers and non-native fish, including bullheads and smallmouth bass.
“They’ve been dead for a while,” Crockett observed. “There’s no color to them.”"