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Recent Thief's in the area

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Just wanted to report that there has been some thief's in the area as of late. About three weeks ago my parents arrived to there property to notice that someone had came and stole there deck pad & chair. Went back up last weekend & the thief's were back again. They took anything of any value that was outside & also took the hinges off a couple of out buildings & cleaned them out as well. My parents just bought this property a year ago & started to build on it this year. NOT A VERY WARM WELCOMING.mad.gif All of the people that we've talked to up there have been great but it's just disappointing that some people have to go snooping around some else's property & steel stuff.

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We live in the area and have for many years. We have not heard of any thieves in the area. Where is your property located. None of our friends have had problems

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JKing, sorry about the incidents, I believe it is very isolated, been in business in the Kab area for 19 years, this type of thing is very unusual. Have your parents report this to the sherrif. I have a feeling its somebody very familar with your folks travels and they knew when and what to hit. There are seasonal people here all there lives with no problems. I would venture to say most folks here never even lock doors, so go figure, and do some detective work. guts

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You were right Guts it was a very isolated incedent. I don't think anyone has to worry about it happening to them. My parents figured out where their stuff was dissapearing to & got it resolved.

Was up over the weekend mainly working on the shack but got out fishing for a couple of hours on Sat. evening. Caught one Small mouth by the ship wrecks & I think we found a couple more spots worth trying again next time we're up. grin.gif

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JKing,

There are some very nice reef structures between the Shipwrecks, and Yewbush Is. Snaggy, but fishable. I know there is also a shallow ledge shelf between the South Shipwreck rock pile and the adjacent Grassy GroupIsland.

I'm happy to here it was an isolated incident as I thought, don't like that kind of stuff happening. guts

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Hey Guts,

Quit giving out all my favorite (secret) fishing spots. Would ya?

Duckster

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