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Old 07-30-2012, 07:18 AM
waterwolf waterwolf is offline
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On Saturday there was a meeting where TWRA attended and discussed was this very issue.

[TWRA staff] offered the brilliant synopsis that the abnormally thin fish in the lower river was a result of the fish being at the end of their age cycle, in other words dying. Which is an amazingly laughable theory, considering the fish above a certain point in the river that are the same size and age are in perfectly good health.

This thought is so absurd it is almost impossible to believe that a biologist would make it, and be the one running the show.

Last edited by Paula Begley; 07-31-2012 at 01:59 PM.. Reason: removed specific TWRA staff name
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