West Viginia's cranberry

Cupp, Jeff
September 1998
Fly Fisherman;Sep98, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p52
Features the Cranberry River in West Virginia. Discussion on how the river was saved from pollution; Environmental problems confronting the river and its trout fishes; Description on the scenery of the river; Popularity of the river among anglers.


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