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Best Fishing on the Snake in a Generation

A fish count on the South Fork of the Snake River last fall showed more than 5,177 fish per mile, the second-highest number recorded since the mid-1980s. The increasing fish counts can be ascribed to good water years and last year’s high water kept some anglers off the water and made fishing difficult when flows finally subsided. Biologists are also continuing their work to minimize the rainbow trout population which competes with the native cutthroat.
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