Smelt are in the Cowlitz River

Smelt are in the Cowlitz, Seagulls come

The smelt are in the Cowlitz river, but they are an endangered species. No public fishing ( or dipping ) allowed, but some one forgot to tell the seagulls. This was taken across from the Cowlitz just south of the little town of Lexington. I guess the seagulls have to rest after getting a fill of the little fish.

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billdougall says ... on Friday, Feb 17 at 11:40 AM

Are they endanger on the Oregon rivers ie: the Sandy and also to the commercial boats?

roscoe12 says ... on Friday, Feb 17 at 11:54 AM

I beleive they are. I know there is no commercial boast allowed either.

lee98632 says ... on Friday, Feb 17 at 5:09 PM

Nothing that large can move up the Cowlitz

lee98632 says ... on Friday, Feb 17 at 5:10 PM

Nothing that are can move up this river

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