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    According to research, brown trout can become addicted to low levels of methamphetamine occurring in their surroundings.
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    I remember a few years back a study was done on bass suffering from female hormones that gets flushed down the toilet, down the river and back into the ecosystem. It can't be removed at the sewage plant, same with meth and probably a lot of other drugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisherman View Post
    I remember a few years back a study was done on bass suffering from female hormones that gets flushed down the toilet, down the river and back into the ecosystem. It can't be removed at the sewage plant, same with meth and probably a lot of other drugs.
    See, Alex Jones was right when he said “the water is turning the friggin’ frogs gay!” Lol

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    I wouldn't think it would be high enough levels to get them high or a buzz from the waterways lol.



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