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February 28, 2007

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Whirling Disease Threatens Utah's Top Fishery

It’s bad enough that Utah fisheries officials recently discovered the whirling disease parasite in brown, cutthroat, rainbow, and brook trout, as well as whitefish, in the Duchesne River in Duchesne County. What’s potentially worse is that, through a series water diversions, the trout disease could be spread to the state's most popular fishery: Strawberry Reservoir. Here are the details from The Salt Lake Tribune, including what anglers can do to help.

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