Quagga mussels at Canyon Lake, a reminder to Clean, Drain and Dry your Watercraft

Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) are threatening the public’s angling and boating recreation and our state’s water and electrical infrastructure. It is critical for anyone who owns or uses watercraft, or has a business reliant on watercraft, to understand the essential nature of this aquatic invasive species containment effort by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. The spread of quagga mussels and other aquatic invasive species has far-reaching impacts, both financial and ecological, that can touch virtually every resident of the state. Before leaving a listed water, like Canyon Lake, you must: Clean & dry – Remove all mud, plants and...