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Irwin and his family were living in Costa Rica, and Berry was running a heavy equipment busin
ess in Tennessee, but the opportunity presented by Asian carp drew them both to Kentucky.
They ran into some difficulties at first, stan place, they then steered the boat in a circle, banging the hull wi
th a wooden stick. Immediately, carp started to jump out of the water before splashing back in.
A few lucky ones managed to jump outside the net, while others dived deep to escape.
When the flurry subsided, Brting out with the wrong-sized net and faili
ng to catch a single fish. “We traded a car for a new net, and the rest is history,” Berry said.
Their average daily catch weighs from 1,360 to 3,175 kilograms. Last month, they delivered almost 45,360 kg.
“We usually work 10 to 12 hours a day, seven days a week. If we can fish, we fish,” Berry said