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Her new chums

Leslie Eaton holds the two chum salmon she and other people are legally allowed to retain from the Puntledge River daily until Nov. 30. - Alan Jossul
Leslie Eaton holds the two chum salmon she and other people are legally allowed to retain from the Puntledge River daily until Nov. 30.
— image credit: Alan Jossul
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