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Feast and Famine on Northern California Rivers

July 31, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

California’s Trinity River is loaded with “half-pounders” (young steelhead) right now, whereas its neighbor, the Klamath, is suffering again. Everyone, on all sides of the issue, has a reason why the Klamath is mismanaged, but no one doubts the fact that there is not enough water. Tom Stienstra in the San Francisco Chronicle.