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As smallmouth bass proliferate in the Columbia River system, fisheries managers struggle to keep them in check in native salmon waters.
Jan. 11, 2009 in Outdoors on Page C9
Like all trophy-hunting sportsmen, smallmouth bass anglers want to keep the big ones. Fishery managers are trying to convince them to keep the smaller ones.
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