Minnesota DNR trucks Knife River steelhead past waterfalls

In an unprecedented move because of low water levels, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources fisheries officials on Friday began transporting steelhead from the Knife River fish trap upstream past the Second Falls on the Knife River to assist the fish on their spawning migrations. The fish are being transported about 5½ miles in tanks on trucks.

By: Sam Cook, Duluth News Tribune

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