Clint Reeder of Modesto, Calif., fishes for bluegill along the Tuolumne River near Hughson on Monday, April 11, 2016. The Tuolumne is a tributary to the San Joaquin River, ranked second on the annual list of endangered rivers from a group called American Rivers. It said water diversions to farms and cities have harmed the San Joaquin and tributaries, which include the Stanislaus and Merced rivers.
Clint Reeder of Modesto, Calif., fishes for bluegill along the Tuolumne River near Hughson on Monday, April 11, 2016. The Tuolumne is a tributary to the San Joaquin River, ranked second on the annual list of endangered rivers from a group called American Rivers. It said water diversions to farms and cities have harmed the San Joaquin and tributaries, which include the Stanislaus and Merced rivers. John Holland jholland@modbee.com
Clint Reeder of Modesto, Calif., fishes for bluegill along the Tuolumne River near Hughson on Monday, April 11, 2016. The Tuolumne is a tributary to the San Joaquin River, ranked second on the annual list of endangered rivers from a group called American Rivers. It said water diversions to farms and cities have harmed the San Joaquin and tributaries, which include the Stanislaus and Merced rivers. John Holland jholland@modbee.com

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