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FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2006 file photo, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife employees leave a trail of the pesticide Rotenone, used to kill tui chub fish, in the waters of Diamond Lake, Ore.  Biologists have found a tui chub at Diamond Lake nine years after the expensive project to eliminate the invasive minnow. Biologists believe tui chub were used illegally as live bait or were intentionally reintroduced into the lake.  (Jim Craven/The Mail Tribune via AP, file)  MANDATORY CREDIT

FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2006 file photo, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife employees leave a trail of the pesticide Rotenone, used to kill tui chub fish, in the waters of Diamond Lake, Ore. Biologists have found a tui chub at Diamond Lake nine years after the expensive project to eliminate the invasive minnow. Biologists believe tui chub were used illegally as live bait or were intentionally reintroduced into the lake. (Jim Craven/The Mail Tribune via AP, file) MANDATORY CREDIT

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