Most fishermen tend to stick to more traditional methods, like casting a line or using a net. But in this little river in Illinois, this clever family has come up with a more ... immediate way of doing things.

Originally found in Eastern Asia, the Silver Carp - which some people like to nickname "flying carp" or "jumping carp" - is a highly invasive species that was originally introduced to a few facilities in the United States in the '70s as a way to control the ecosystem. Now, however, it has spread naturally throughout a dozen states, maybe more. I didn't expect them to be so numerous. Check out the video below to see just how common the Silver Carp really is.