Fish On! 

It's madness at the mouth of the Klamath, where record runs are drawing record crowds

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Jerry England

The young fisherman stood, stunned, on the wet, soft sand cliff above the churning blue-and-green river channel. His fishing pole strained before him in a got-a-big-lunker bow. His friend hopped on the sand beside him, chattering excitedly: "I almost fell in! I…

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