In this photo taken July 8, 2011, shows tribal fishermen at the bottom of Willamette Falls during the annual lamprey harvest, in Oregon City, Ore. As long as Indians have lived in the Northwest, they ... more 
In this photo taken July 8, 2011, shows tribal fishermen at the bottom of Willamette Falls during the annual lamprey harvest, in Oregon City, Ore. As long as Indians have lived in the Northwest, they have looked to lamprey for food. But in the decades since dozens of hydroelectric dams have harnessed the power of the Columbia, Willamette and Snake rivers to make electricity, this jawless fish popularly known as an eel has steadily declined until Columbia Basin tribes have just a few places left to go for lamprey. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Rick Bowmer
Tue, Aug 2, 2011 6:03 AM EDT