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Carp Fishing the L.A. River

Posted on April 16 2007

Who’s to say that the recent surge in the carp population of Los Angeles’ notoriously channelized river can’t provide an opportunity for anglers and a reason for attention by conservationists? “The narrows are the three-mile stretch of the river north of downtown Los Angeles in which the bottom was never paved because of a high water table. As a result, it kind of looks like a river.” Steve Hymon in the Los Angeles Times.

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