Associated Press file photo
Hatchery fish should be used to restore steelhead to the Pilchuck River.
Dan Bates/ 2012 Herald file photo
Distant Cascade peaks gleam and blue sky is reflected in the Pilchuck River as it winds through pasture lands in Lake Stevens in 2012.
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