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Atlantic Salmon Recovery
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Looks like dam removals and stream recovery projects have had a good effect. Maine is opening the Penobscott to atlantic salmon fishing again.

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Posted on: 2006/10/11 12:34
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Re: Atlantic Salmon Recovery
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Cool article Pad...thanks for posting.

Posted on: 2006/10/11 13:47
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Yeah! It's great that they are going to allow fishing for them in the Penobscot River, but it's only 1 river and only 1000 fish, hardly a recovery. They could have always been there and just been missed. Now if 3 or 5 years from now there's 10,000 fish or even 5,000 then I'd call it recovering.
The other rivers weren't reported on and that's a concern. Though I did hear that there may be Salmon returning to Grand Lake Stream.

Posted on: 2006/10/16 12:39






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