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Oregon lawmakers are discussing a proposal that would allow the State to continue using noise to scare away sea lions that feed on loads of salmon on the Willamette River. Trey Karscadden with the Northwest Sport Fishing Industry Association says the sea lions aren't just a threat to fish, but a threat to fishermen. If approved in the Legislature, a House memorial would urge the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to allow the State to remove sea lions in any way necessary to protect fish in freshwater during salmon runs. Another public hearing will be scheduled.

 

 

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