The tales do not grow over time like a traditional fishing story. Outlandish oral histories do not exist because the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service sells land, not epic tales of battles with indigenous species. The USFWS is selling off plots of land, a process the federal agency has been engaged with for about a decade. The sale ends at noon on May 31. The money from the property sales is used to cover operations and maintenance fees from the Truckee-Carson Irrigation District among other costs. Richard Grimes, supervisory realty specialist with the USFWS, said the program was created in …
A fish story: Plot sold for this much
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