A professor from the University of Minnesota keeps finding massive goldfish in Keller Lake in Burnsville, Minnesota, and he’s now speaking out to discourage people from dumping their pet fish in waterways.
There have been 28 goldfish found in Keller Lake in the last year with some reaching as big as 18 inches long and weighing 4 pounds. The goldfish are able to survive because they are part of the resilient carp family that feed off the bottom of the lake.
I like to think that one dad is responsible for the goldfish infestation on Lake Keller due to a relentless cycle of trying to please his children. He buys a goldfish, gets annoyed trying to take care of it, lies that the fish died to his kids, dumps the fish in the lake, the kids get upset, and he repeats the cycle over and over again… 😆
Let’s just hope that little Susie and Timmy don’t see this video or else they might start asking questions.
Imagine reeling in one of these big boys while you’re out fishing?