• Iron T.
    a day

    scientist have to come out new chemical in order to kill all this ugly alien sucker

  • Ian G.
    2 days

    The lamprey has been in the Great Lakes since the St lawrence seaway was built

  • Jeremy C.
    2 days

    Great to use as bait for Pike right ?

  • Alex P.
    2 days

    Good job letting in great lakes

  • Kahn C.
    2 days

    In Korea it is a endangered species due to a pollution. It has better chewy texture than normal eels when roasted with salt sprinkled on a skin by a charcoal. It is said to contain full of vitamin A 400~500 times more than normal eels to be effctive for the night blindness and poor eyesight.

  • Brad M.
    2 days

    do you get these in the Channel? We get them here, bloody strong little buggers

  • Noman R.
    3 days

    America is full of vampires, this is just one of them

  • Piotr S.
    4 days

    Where's otters when you need them!?

  • Petros M.
    06/25/2020 18:31


  • Jeffery M.
    06/25/2020 17:42

    They have always been in the Willamette river and Columbia River in Oregon

  • Frode F.
    06/25/2020 16:06

    As every thing that lives an be eaten. Smoked These can tase supeb. When it gets demnd on it as it was for crab, they sell fast.

  • Christian L.
    06/19/2020 14:11

    In the future they will evolve, they are going to suck a human blood to feed themself.

  • Jordon W.
    06/18/2020 14:33

    this thin crawl in you’re bed last night or what

  • Shrifan A.
    06/15/2020 11:32

    Catch all of them and Export to china for free

  • Patti S.
    06/12/2020 23:10


  • Igasan J.
    06/10/2020 23:16

    Kill them all

  • Fikri A.
    06/10/2020 17:05

    Looks like Jeff in MIB

  • Leo M.
    06/08/2020 05:58

    Its like a vagina with teeth

  • Matar A.
    06/04/2020 19:28

    85% 🤣 enough hype already!!!

  • Yangyang L.
    06/04/2020 14:36

    I didn't realize CT had this species. I think they eat these in South East Asian cuisine. Maybe we can try catching some one day?