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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Salmon pictured swimming up flooded road, Washington - 24th Nov 2011

Salmon usually travel upstream, but recent floods led to an astonishing sight where a handful of fish were forced to swim up-street.

Heavy rains in Mason County, Washington caused water levels to rise by around two inches across Oregon.

When that happens the salmon go wherever the rivers are flowing, according to professional fisherman Conway Bowman, host of 'Fly Fishing The World,' a fishing show on The Sportsman Channel in the U.S.

'This can happen when high water correlates with the spawning season, Mr Bowman told The Huffington Post. Read More