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A photo taken in Illinois shows how silver Asian carp, such as those that could be in Minnesota rivers, can jump out of the water. At times, the fish have been known to hit boaters. (Submitted photo)

Carp fight in high gear as DNA shows fish heading north

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ST. PAUL -- Minnesota is kicking up its Asian carp fight after test results show the invasive fish that can out-eat native species could be upstream from the Twin Cities.

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The discovery opens the possibility that the fish could be headed to central and northern Minnesota's lake country.

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