FIshing for Snakeheads
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FIshing for Snakeheads

Steve Chaconas, who runs the National Bass Guide Service in Alexandria, and Derek Radoski, a client and snakehead fishing enthusiast, began fishing for snakeheads in the Potomac River about 4 years ago. Together they hope to help promote the sport fishing of snakeheads both for fun and as a means of removing the invasive species from local waters. (Nancy Donaldson/washingtonpost.com)

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