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“It is encouraging to see the both the adult and jack salmon counts increase this year, but the Central Valley salmon fishery is still in a state of disaster,” said Dick Pool, coordinator of Water 4 Fish, an organization working to restore salmon and other fish populations. “Until the runs reaches 200,000 fish again, the fishery will continue to hang on the brink of survival.” Photo of the fish rack on the American River, a major salmon spawning tributary of the Sacramento, by Dan Bacher.
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