TOM REESE / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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Puget Sound: One man's indictment, love poem and call to arms
A chinook salmon leaps in Issaquah Creek, trying to enter
a fish ladder to its hatchery birthplace. Hatchery runs obscure the hard reality of a 92 percent decline of wild salmon in Puget Sound since record-keeping began. Seven stocks have gone
extinct just since 1992. Also
collapsing: Pacific cod, Walleye
pollock, whiting, rockfish, butter clams, English sole, herring, pinto abalone.