Philip Willink had enough. So he did something.
The fisheries biologist for the Field Museum was so fed up with misinformation about Asian carp, especially around the Chicago area--misinformation such as the bighead found near the Lockport Lock as being the closest an Asian carp was found near Lake Michigan.
It's not. He pointed out a silver carp was found a couple miles downstream of the barrier in 2004.
At any rate, Willink established a Web site--http://sites.google.com/a/fieldmuseum.org/pwillink/asian-carp-in-chicago-faqs--to help dispell some of the misinformation.
Hw writes in an extremely straight forward and accessible manner, and puts out the facts. I highly recommend it.