So, Captain and gold, I'm curious to know what, exactly, you expect Wildlife and Fisheries to do.
Do you know what it costs to treat hydrilla? The LSU agcenter spent $1,000,000, count 'em, that's six zeros, in Henderson and guaranteed that the hydrilla would be eradicated.
Look at those results.
And, you can control the water levels in Henderson. The water levels can't be controlled in the basin. The basin is filling in with sand and sediment. Do you have any idea what it would cost to dredge all of the fishing holes in the basin that have filled in? And, what would you do with the dredge material?
Give Wildlife and Fisheries some ideas. I'm sure they read this forum.