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Deep hydrilla has held good fish on worms and jigs.
Flats with lots of stumps and blowdowns, or with hydrilla, lily pads and other vegetation, are particularly attractive.
For instance, invasive zebra mussels can out-compete native species and even clog water intakes, and invasive aquatic weeds, like water hyacinth or hydrilla, can choke out native plants and even fish.
Davis said most of his fish came from one 20-yard near-shore stretch of milfoil surrounded by hydrilla.
In the coming months, Leesburg will teach her baby where to munch on water hyacinth and hydrilla.
The lake is also lush with hydrilla, and the invasive snails thrive on the plants, feeding on its leaves and scaling its stalks for a breath of fresh air at the surface.
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Origin and Etymology of hydrilla
First Known Use: 1969See Words from the same year
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