Fish consumption advisories at 32 Oklahoma lakes

By: From Wire Reports
By: From Wire Reports

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality has issued fish consumption advisories for fish taken from 32 lakes in Oklahoma.

The department said Thursday that each lake has some species of fish that contains levels of mercury that are unsafe for unlimited consumption by humans. DEQ says each lake has its own recommendation and that more information is available on the DEQ fish consumption webpage at .

The advisories are the result of testing by DEQ with the cooperation of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

Editors: The lakes are:

.Atoka Lake

.Boomer Lake

.Broken Bow Reservoir

.Canton Lake

.Carlton Lake

.Cedar Lake

.Clayton Lake

.Coalgate City Lake

.Draper Lake

.Dripping Springs Lake

.Elmer Thomas Lake

.Ft. Supply Reservoir

.Hugo Lake

.Kaw Reservoir

.Lake Carl Albert

.Lake Carl Blackwell

.Lake Eufaula

.Lake Heyburn

.Lake Nanih Waiya

.Lake Ozzie Cobb

.Lake Talawanda (hash)2

.Lake Wayne Wallace

.Lloyd Church Lake

.McAlester City Lake

.McGee Creek Reservoir

.Pine Creek Reservoir

.Quanah Parker Lake

.Rush Lake

.Sardis Lake

.Schooler Lake

.Skiatook Lake

.Wister Lake

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