Nearly 200 miles from home and 15 years since he last handled a bow, Bobby Svadlenak stared at the dark river and prepared to take aim at the mysterious creatures.
Arrow pulled back, he spotted nothing in the water. He waited and waited and … SPLASH. A flash of silver sprang out of the river.
SPLASH. SPLASH. Another and another. It was an airborne explosion of Asian carp, the scourge of the Illinois River – and the target of Svadlenak’s bow.