In this 2002 file photo, a state biologist examines a dead northern pike after explosives were used in Lake Davis to explore how to eradicate the nonnative fish. Nearly 10 years after chemicals were last used in the lake to kill the fish, the state is allowing the reservior to fill again.
In this 2002 file photo, a state biologist examines a dead northern pike after explosives were used in Lake Davis to explore how to eradicate the nonnative fish. Nearly 10 years after chemicals were last used in the lake to kill the fish, the state is allowing the reservior to fill again. Jay Mather Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
In this 2002 file photo, a state biologist examines a dead northern pike after explosives were used in Lake Davis to explore how to eradicate the nonnative fish. Nearly 10 years after chemicals were last used in the lake to kill the fish, the state is allowing the reservior to fill again. Jay Mather Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Lake Davis to fill again, nearly a decade after chemicals were used to kill invasive fish

December 13, 2016 05:18 PM

UPDATED December 14, 2016 05:16 PM

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