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LOST AND FOUND: A FISH STORY
Clive Gammon
November 06, 1989
Throughout the night, because of the glow from the neon lights of Reno, 30 miles to the south, there has been no true darkness in the sky over Pyramid Lake. Not until 6:30 a.m. does the first finger of sunlight come over the Nightingale Mountains to the east. Then, in the dim light of dawn on this strange and legendary lake on the Paiute Indian reservation, the first-time visitor is witness to a seemingly inexplicable sight.
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November 06, 1989

Lost And Found: A Fish Story

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The visitor wonders if Pyramid Lake has another 10,000 years at its disposal.

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