Rep. Jeff Denham’s bill would end a 1992 law of doubling the number of striped bass in the Delta in an effort to protect juvenile salmon, but the issue of striped bass predation could be a red herring designed to distract from the real issues that impact the survival of Chinook salmon.
Rep. Jeff Denham’s bill would end a 1992 law of doubling the number of striped bass in the Delta in an effort to protect juvenile salmon, but the issue of striped bass predation could be a red herring designed to distract from the real issues that impact the survival of Chinook salmon. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Rep. Jeff Denham’s bill would end a 1992 law of doubling the number of striped bass in the Delta in an effort to protect juvenile salmon, but the issue of striped bass predation could be a red herring designed to distract from the real issues that impact the survival of Chinook salmon. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Is bill about striped bass or is it a red herring?

July 07, 2016 12:00 AM

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