Field reports: North Shore gravel bars, created by flooding, could cause problems for fish
Last summer's flooding has created large gravel bars that are blocking the mouths of several North Shore streams, say fisheries officials with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Don Schreiner, DNR Lake Superior area fisheries supervisor, inspected several streams between Duluth and Silver Bay this past week.
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