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In this Nov. 8, 2013 photo, a rainbow trout is shown in the South Fork of the Boise River in Mountain Home, Idaho. For years, if not decades, the South Fork of the Boise River has been as reliable as a Swiss watch and as consistent as tax day. That all changed when wildfires swept through the canyon in August and then a powerful rainstorm in September triggered massive mudslides that poured immeasurable tons of sediment into the river.

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