Climate change jeopardizing fish in the Pacific Northwest

Oregonian: If "Frankenstorm Sandy" didn't get your attention, it should have; no matter where it occurred. Our past week wasn't nearly as tumultuous or intimidating, although a near-bankfull Wilson River in October is unusual (not unheard of). It may have effectively ended a less-than-stellar fall chinook season on the north coast after high hopes following such good fishing on the lower Columbia River. Keep an ear to the ground (or an eye on this week as the water recedes and we find out......

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