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Mike L

At the dam

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The river bank in Chase-Loring was cleared and grubbed out today. All those big trees are gone. Trying to get down to the sandbar this evening, I almost got lost. frown.gif

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Talk about a new look.... Looks very baron. So much for sitting in the shade now when it get real hot down there. Maybe the city will put in some street lights on the dike for night fishing.. that would be real cool and a fish cleaning house.

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the city doing something with the river wow blush.gif

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It's a flood control project.

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ohhh i see

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Hey joel i wonder if you remember me from duluth. worked right next door to you. livin back in trf now.

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sure do jason, justin, jarred, or somthing like that. you missed a heck of a good run of steeli's this spring and some are starting to come back now. salmon will start entering the rivers soon so if you get back up here get ahold of me. hows the river doing in trf, just the way you left it?

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