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A spring chinook salmon returns to the Columbia River to resume its upstream migration, briefly interrupted by state biologists who caught it as part of a study.McClatchy-Tribune
June 1, 2009 in City on Page A12
BONNEVILLE DAM, Wash. – In the world of salmon, size matters. That’s because big male fish have the best chance of fending off rivals to stake out a prime spot …
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