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Floating down the Yellowstone River recently, it was very noticeable the water was low because there were rocky banks as big as a football field. In higher flows, like during spring runoff when snow in the mountains is melting, these rocks were underwater.

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A project to remove rainbow trout from a wilderness stream to protect native cutthroat trout in Yellowstone National Park is being postponed following delays generated by Montana legislation and a re-examination of fisheries statutes.

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