Fisherman Larry McBrom works along the Snake River shoreline below Hells Canyon Dam in southwestern Idaho on Jan. 25, 2006. Authorities have released recovery plans for federally protected Snake River chinook salmon and steelhead with the goal of making sure each species is self-sustaining in the wild. (Darin Oswald / The Idaho StatesmanFile)

Fisherman Larry McBrom works along the Snake River shoreline below Hells Canyon Dam in southwestern Idaho on Jan. 25, 2006. Authorities have released recovery plans for federally protected Snake River chinook salmon and steelhead with the goal of making sure each species is self-sustaining in the wild. (Darin Oswald / The Idaho StatesmanFile)

Recovery plans for Snake River salmon, steelhead released

The final plans were released Tuesday by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries.

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