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February 01, 2006

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State of the Atlantic Salmon: Efforts to save native populations in Maine said to be losing ground

Whether you live in Maine, Missouri, or Montana, if you’re a concerned sportsmen, you’re probably interested in what some scientists fear may prove to be the extinction within the US of one of our most celebrated gamefish. Last night, you likely spent an hour listening to the State of the Union. Here, the Boston Globe lays out the state of the Atlantic Salmon in Maine.
http://www.boston.com/news/local/maine/articles/2006/01/31/effort_to_save_maine_salmon_is_losing_ground/?page=1

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