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May 17, 2009 in Outdoors
Colin Mulvany photo

Concerns about the toxic nature of lead are forcing sportsmen to look into alternatives for the cheap, effective metal that’s served them for centuries.

Courtesy of the Washington Department of Ecology photo

Washington Department of Ecology researchers collected this pile of lead from one stretch of the Lewis River, a popular Western Washington salmon fishing stream. Courtesy of the Washington Department of Ecology