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May 25, 2006

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Klamath River Update: From a sea of troubles, springs a trickle of hope

We have linked several less-than-hopeful news stories about the Klamath River of late, detailing in particular the recent sportfishing restrictions and commercial-season closure along 700 miles of the Pacific coast. But, writes John Driscoll of the Times-Standard, things may have gotten just bad enough for there to be some new hope. Check out this fine story for both a overview of the Klamath’s woes and to see perhaps the seeds of a brighter future for the fishery.
http://www.times-standard.com/local/ci_3851678

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