Tyler Burns, 20, of Wenatchee, goes for more bait while salmon fishing below Rocky Reach Dam, in July 2001. For nearly 50 years, Rocky Reach Dam has been producing enough low-cost electricity to power two cities the size of Seattle.
Tyler Burns, 20, of Wenatchee, goes for more bait while salmon fishing below Rocky Reach Dam, in July 2001. For nearly 50 years, Rocky Reach Dam has been producing enough low-cost electricity to power two cities the size of Seattle. Kevin German / Seattle Times / MCT
Tyler Burns, 20, of Wenatchee, goes for more bait while salmon fishing below Rocky Reach Dam, in July 2001. For nearly 50 years, Rocky Reach Dam has been producing enough low-cost electricity to power two cities the size of Seattle. Kevin German / Seattle Times / MCT

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