I met with the DNR this morning regarding the imminent Zebra invasion and one thing we've learned about Zebra's is that it's critical for all boaters to ensure their boats do not have standing water in the boat when leaving the lake.This allows the boat to dry completely and kill zebras. Yes, I know your boat will freeze over in the winter to kill zebras, but the law is to not transport any water in boats on the road.
Capri's are unique to in that water can be trapped in the bilge under the floor pan. There is no accessible access from which to pump out water from a Capri bilge.
My Capri had a $10 access port under the wooden floorboard (which we had removed for racing). Honestly, any self respecting racer should have an access port to pump/mop water out of the bilge so the boat is not heavy, the keel brace doesn't rot, and now to eliminate standing water where Zebras might be transported.
My recommendation is that the fleet consider how to best implement access ports in your bilges, and then make it a rule in the fleet rules to require installation. Zebras might seem like a little deal now, but this will change significantly in just a few years.