Efforts to Preserve Top Fly-Fishing Spot in Central Oregon

There is a stretch along the Crooked River just outside of Prineville that has been known as one of the premiere spots for fly-fishing in the country for more than 50 years. But now, word has gotten out about a massive fish kill in the past couple of seasons and the anglers who contribute so much to the Central Oregon economy are staying away.

The Source Weekly‘s Brian Jennings looks at the events that led to the fish kill, and what’s being done to prevent it from happening again.

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