By Christian McKinney
If you are afraid of spiders, you may not want to read any further.
The Department of Natural Resources in Wisconsin is warning residents about an increase in large spiders big enough to eat a fish.
You read that statement correctly. These spiders don't mess around. (Not to say they eat muskies or northern pike, note-but some do eat minnows on occasion.)
According to the department, they have been receiving reports of people finding the very large spiders, like the one in the picture. They made a post on their Facebook page describing the situation.
Experts say the arachnids are fishing spiders. The most common report they have received has been about one called the dark fishing spider.
Read more at http://www.msnewsnow.com/story/26348779/wisconsin-residents-report-rise-in-fish-eating-spiders