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Fly-Fishing: Lower dam would hike steelhead accessibility

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It’s September, and the salmon run has begun. A handful of Chinook have ascended the Salmon River in Oswego County from Lake Ontario, signaling the start of the annual onslaught of anglers hoping to connect with lake-run fish. By the end of the month, Chinooks and cohos will be churning up the river, and steelhead trout will have joined the fun. The Salmon River is New York’s most popular destination for steelhead, but Cattauragus Creek ...


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