Lake Walshes, UK, is the largest freshwater lake in the UK, but it has become a magnet for bass.
On average, it takes 20 years for the water to clear a lake of bass.
In the summer months, the lake empties and is now full of bluegill and the rare brown, but now rare white, bass.
Bass are the largest fish in the lake, and they are often eaten by fish.
In 2014, the UK Government declared Lake Wilshes as a World Heritage site, and a group of local people have taken their concerns to the Environment Agency.
The organisation is currently monitoring the situation and will issue an advisory to local authorities.
However, they also have a warning to the public to keep away from the lake.
“We are seeing a large amount of white and black bass, which we believe to be introduced from Lake Wansbeck to the Lake Wlasheen area,” says Dave Jones from the Environment Protection Agency.
“This is a serious situation and we have a lot of people coming to us, asking if they should be there.
We have a duty of care to the community and we need to get to the bottom of this.”
According to the lake’s management team, the first signs of bass invasion were seen in the spring of 2015.
“It was quite alarming,” says James O’Donnell from the Lake Wales Water Authority.
“There was quite a lot, but we didn’t have the capacity to deal with it.
We just went into our local fish farm and the number of bass that were there we didn�t want to go in there and we were worried.”
The number of fish killed by the white and brown bass increased from 5 to 15 per cent over the course of the summer.
In early August, the number shot up to 40 per cent.
“When you see a lot more of that in the area, you know something is up,” said O’Brien.
The situation is a major concern for the people of the Lake Wylde community.
“They are a very strong community, they are very proud of what they have built up, but I am a bit worried about the number coming into the lake,” said James O�Donnell.
“I’m just not sure it is safe for them to go there.
It’s been a very long time since they have been there and a lot has changed.”
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“The lake is a very small lake and it is getting bigger and bigger by the day,” said Jones.
“You just can’t see a fish or a bluegiller from there.
There is a lot that needs to be done about this.
The people are upset that we are allowing it to grow and that it is becoming a big problem.”
“I think the management has done a good job,” said Jim Murray, who lives on the other side of the lake in Blackpool.
“For the first year or so we had a small population of white bass but we just had to catch the white ones.
The management have done a great job in managing the situation.”
In the past, the Lake is also home to a number of native fish species.
It is not clear if there will be any further increase in the numbers of fish in this area, but the community is still waiting for a decision on whether the lake will remain World Heritage.