Fish in Red Run have slim chance
I can’t find data of fish in the Red Run, even as it merges
into the Clinton River eventually, and flows into Lake St. Clair.
The Kuhn Retention Basin completed in 2006 between I-75 and John R
slightly north of 12 Mile Road in Madison Heights holds storm water
amounts of approximately 124 million gallons; and then lets it all go
during heavy rainfall events into the Red Run drain.
Any fish existing in the Red Run; gets violently swept downstream;
repeatedly during the year; from the stormwater releases at Kuhn.
I doubt fish swim “upstream” against current into the Red Run.
There are waterfowl in and around the Red Run quite often.
I have yet to see any bird take a fish into its beak and eat it.
The Red Run is a storm drain and no longer a natural river.
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