WOODLAND, Wash. - Hungry sea lions have followed smelt up the Columbia River into some tributaries in southwest Washington.
The Columbian reports feeding sea lions drew onlookers Monday in the Lewis River near Woodland.
Commercial and recreational smelt dipping seasons have closed in Washington after fishermen filled their nets on a big run this year of the small fish.
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