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  1. Jeff Whittemore says:

    How did an article about fish survival turn into a gender slam?

  2. tom prevost says:

    We are seeing the effects of climate warming all over the Adirondacks. The boreas forest of the western-central
    Adirondacks are giving way to oak/hickory hardwoods. Streams once noted for trout fishing such as the Moose and Black Rivers have given way to over crowded small mouth bass populations. The lower ground and water temperatures combined with short growing seasons that protected the Adirondacks from many invasive plants and animals no longer exist.

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