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No evidence of salmon in Klamath Lake

11/25/17, Letter to editor of Herald and News by Frank L Kelleher, Klamath Falls

I am so sick and tired hearing of the Klamath Basin tribes, down river tribes (Yurok and Kurok) missed a deadline, shut off the National Park Crater lake water, want dams removed to improve salmon habitat. The farthest salmon came up the river was the Hornbrook area before the dam was built.

They have a sucker ceremony, not salmon. They shut water off to farmers, but yet their casino uses the same water and remains open.They have no reservation, they sold it. No pipeline, ‘cause maybe they might dig up a grave.

I challenge any and all to prove me wrong. I will admit I agree to take the dams out just to show God is more powerful than man. By taking the dams out, maybe the Indians will say it was for Sasquatch. There is no proof of salmon in Klamath Lake.

Come on people get real...



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