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by Courtesy California Dept. of Fish and Game

Doug Killam holds a monster chinook salmon his California Department of Fish and Game crew found in 2008 in the spawning grounds of Battle Creek in the Upper Sacramento Basin. The fish, which died of natural causes, likely weighed 88 pounds live, making it one of the biggest ever recorded in California.

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