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CDFW closes fishing on some rivers due to low flows
Dan Bacher
While there is no doubt it is prudent to close some rivers to fishing to protect fish when they are so low, the question is: where were Chuck Bonham, other Department of Fish and Wildlife officials and Natural Resources Secretary John Laird when the state and federal water agencies drained Shasta, Oroville, Folsom and other reservoirs last summer to ship water to the Kern Water Bank, the Westlands Water District, and Southern California water agencies? Photo of Pyramid Lake, now 98 percent capacity and 105 percent of average, in Southern California. Photo by Gene Beley.

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