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One was seen riding a shipping barge through the locks at the dam

At least three, and maybe four, sea lions have managed to find their way above Bonneville Dam, the lowermost hydro project on the Columbia River (146 river miles from the Pacific).

LINK (via: Columbia Basin Bulletin)

Riddle me this...who takes more salmon on the Columbia, sea lions or fisherman?

LINK (via: Oregon Live)

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Reader Comments (4)

I know it is not PC but I remember the good old days before the Marine Mammal Protection Act, I work as a decky on a half day boat in So Cal and the Skipper would come out of the wheel house with his 30-30 and blast the livin sh!t out of the sea lions that were eating the fish right off our lines.

May 22, 2012 | Unregistered Commentertalestalker

The good old days, when fishermen could act out their fantasies of greed and avorice. Fishermen have a dazzling history of being fucking worthless assholes.


May 22, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterchaveecha

How many guns do you guys have in that country anyway? Shoot the sonsofbitches. Oh right, you only own guns for 'home defense' because the 'commies are coming'.

May 22, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterwhat the hell

Chaveecha? What the hell? Retarded?

May 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChristopheSeverin&2

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