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Kennedy Creek is a small low-land stream that flows into the head of Totten Inlet in Southern Puget Sound. It is one of the most productive chum salmon production streams in Washington State, with escapements averaging 41,000 spawners during the ten-year

Kennedy Creek is a small low-land stream that flows into the head of Totten Inlet in Southern Puget Sound. It is one of the most productive chum salmon production streams in Washington State, with escapements averaging 41,000 spawners during the ten-year

Kennedy Creek is a small low-land stream that flows into the head of Totten Inlet in Southern Puget Sound. It is one of the most productive chum salmon production streams in Washington State, with escapements averaging 41,000 spawners during the ten-year period of 1992 - 2001.

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