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Fishing in the fog in the American River
California

Fog on the American River in the morning with a fisherman in the water.  Cold morning!  Salmonids spawning up river are blocked by the dam, the hatchery is here to facilitate the fish reproduction, and dozens of fishermen come to try and catch the fish that don't wind up in the hatchery.  This morning there was an immense salmon jumping around in the wather.  Quite a sight. . .

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Uploaded: 05/01/2013
Updated: 23/07/2014
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Tags: fly; fishing; american; river; nimbus; dam; fog; sun; rise; sunrise; bike; trail; hazel; avenue; salmon; steelhead; salmonid
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