Cabela’s Continues to Promote Steps to Stopping Aquatic Hitchhikers

Aquatic invasive species, also known as AIS, are harmful plants and animals that directly affect you. They cost the United States billions of dollars each year. They can permanently harm lakes and waterways and ruin outdoor recreation. Aquatic invasive species are called “hitchhikers” because they are easily spread by catching rides on people’s boats and recreational gear.  Click on the following two links below to access the full story.

Prevention is the key.

Learn how you can stop the spread of aquatic hitchhikers

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