Rick Ritter has more from devastated people in that community.
What started as 100,000 dead fish is now closer to 200,000. Some say algae is not the problem.
In pictures, it’s one dead fish after the other. In person, it’s the same story, but even tougher to take in.
“To see something like this just angers the hell out of me. It really does,” said Scott Sewell, conservation director, Maryland Bass Nation.