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Dear Mr. Reck
Bureau of Reclamation
Shasta Lake, CA
Fall releases of Trinity R. water at levels greater than pre-Trinity Dam years, is too risky for a fish kill.  It encourages the Salmon to swim upstream before the rest of the Klamath R. is cool enough.  If the fish all went up the Trinity, it might be fine, but you know they wonít.  Let the fish wait until the Klamath cools down with the fall air temperatures.  The Chinook will be much safer that way, and it is what nature would direct if the Bureau didnít dump cold water from the Dam.
Best wishes,
Don Meamber
Rancher, Montague, Shasta River
Restoration award winner from North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board and the Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force



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