November days on the eastern slopes of the Cascades have been frosty at the edges but bland in the middle, drawing steelhead fishermen to such sun-warmed stretches as this one on Oregon's Rogue River for a last expedition before the 1959 season ends Nov. 30. Here a fine "last one," exploding in sunlit beads of flying water, takes the hook of Don McNeil of Medford, Ore., who had boated 30 miles through Rogue River rapids to reach this isolated pool. Happily for McNeil and others, though the weather won't be as bland, the 1960 steelhead season opens Jan. 16.
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Nov. 30, 1959
For years green firs and black bears grew up together in the vast forests of the Northwest. Then something happened that radically altered their peaceful coexistence
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