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Salmon Stranded mouth of Scott River

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Published on Oct 8, 2012

School of adult salmon stranded at the mouth of Scott River near Seiad Valley CA. Scott is tributary to Klamath. The fish are stranded here because the Scott River has been de-watered by surface diversions and groundwater pumping to grow hay in Scott Valley. The Forest Service has a legal right to 40 c.f.s. of water, but they do not demand this right be met. The day this was taken (10/2/12) the flow was 16 c.f.s. as measured by the Ft. Jones gauge. If it doesn't rain soon, these fish will have very poor reproductive success.

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