They were carried in pairs, sloshing around inside Yeti coolers, from a water tank truck idling in the Muir Beach parking lot to the muddy shores of Redwood Creek. Volunteers used wheelbarrows to transfer them to biologists who hoisted them into the creek using nets. 

After a couple of hours, 188 adult coho salmon were released . . .

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