Every year -- or so it seems – the Skokomish River overflows its banks and sends a river of water across the streets near Union, Wash., about 40 miles southwest of Seattle. And every time, salmon are caught up in the floods and are seen crossing the roads, prompting the annual “Why did the salmon cross the road” jokes.
This year’s flooding comes with a twist. A man went fishing for salmon using his dog. The Associated Press posted the raw footage, and please notice the man’s “stringer” of salmon:
So, any guesses as to why the salmon crossed the road?
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