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Suckers thrived in warm water with low lake levels

Feedback by Linda M, Herald and News 11/11/18

"For 18 years the levels in the Klamath Lake Reservoir have been kept higher than was historical. The sucker fish like warm water as proven by the hatcheries. Impose a little logic on this issue. It is not about fish, it is about control and running agriculture out of the Klamath Basin. No water, no farms.

I am old enough to remember when the sucker fish were prolific, in all the ditches ans well as the reservoirs and rivers.

There was a great effort to eradicate them for creating a great trout fishery in Klamath Lake Reservoir.

I'm just saying that the successful recovery of the sucker fish in Agency Lake, Clear Lake and Tulelake indicates that perhaps the science requiring Klamath Lake Reservoir at record levels is inaccurate"

by Linda M

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