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MONDAY, AUG. 19, 2013, 8:13 A.M.

Pink salmon create crowds of anglers along Puget Sound shoreline

Pink salmon fishing madness in West Seattle. (Adam Lynn)
Pink salmon fishing madness in West Seattle. (Adam Lynn)

FISHING -- The huge run of pink salmon moving into Puget Sound is creating what former S-R reporter Adam Lynn calls "Salmon fishing madness in West Seattle."  

Lynn, now a reporter for the Tacoma News-Tribune, is a regular contributor to the madness in these odd-numbered years when pinks pour into Puget Sound streams to spawn.

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