16 Aug 0
Arizona’s “Don’t Move a Mussel” law, enacted in 2009 oversees protection of natural waters from predatory mussels thought to have arrived in the United States on European shipping vessels. It is quite simple: Single Day Boaters a required by law to follow four steps when leaving the lake or waterway designated as having quagga and/or zebra mussels.
Clean-any plants or organic materials (mud) from your anchor, boat, motor and trailer
Drain- Remove the plug and drain all water from the bilge, live-well, and all other compartments that could hold water. Drain water from engine and engine cooling systems
Dry-Make sure watercraft, vehicle, equipment, or conveyance are allowed to dry out completely
Wait 5 Days-don’t launch your vehicle for five days; this is the amount of time required to kill residual larvae
If in doubt, please review at Arizona Game and Fish Department website- www.azgfd.net
Otherwise, have a safe, fun filled day enjoying our beautiful desert lakes and waterways!
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