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Indian nets hamper Salmon
Pioneer Press, September 24, 2008
Last week, there were reports that Indian nets near the mouth of the Klamath River and upstream were still hampering the ability of larger adult salmon to travel upstream so only jacks and small adults were being caught. A few fish up to 20 pounds were able to negotiate the nets, though and were also being occasionally caught. Steelhead could be showing up in the river soon.
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