DENVER, Colo (KKCO) At one lake in Delaware, up to 6,000 dead Gizzard Shad and 600 Perch were found floating this week. In South Carolina, some 500 fish died at Lake Hartwell. Across South Dakota, fishermen have reported thousands of fish kills in multiple lakes and rivers. In Tennessee, a fish kill on Butterfly Lake left a horrid stench in one Knoxville neighborhood.
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