The fish have already been found in many of the rivers that connect to the Great Lakes, including the Wabash River in Indiana.
Asian carp have been found breeding in the Great Lakes watershed, which could make eradicating them from Indiana's waterways more difficult.
State and federal officials continue to develop plans for containing the invasive fish species known collectively as Asian carp.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he is asking national experts to help address the threat of Asian carp in Indiana waters.
Purdue University researchers have shown Asian carp may be able to spread outside areas where they were concentrated in the past.
Asian carp made their way to the Lake Monroe Dam after they swam over the Williams Dam on the east fork of the White River.
The Ports of Indiana is warning about the potentially devastating impact of closing the Great Lakes locks system to deal with the spread of Asian Carp.