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wastewaterguru

Shakopee Ramp

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Talked to the city yesterday. Ramp is expected to be open by the 29th.

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Lets hope it don't get delayed.

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Did they happen to mention what year? laugh.gif

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Your talking the new ramp on the north side of the river?

Not the old one?

Thats good news if its true.

thanks

LFC

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Yes they said the "NEW" ramp on the north side.

They already have the concrete ramp done. Just finishing up a little asphalt paving for the road down there.

This rain may not have helped the situation.

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Launched off the new ramp last night. Sweet!!!

Caught a few whiteys and some other miscellaneous fish. Ramp seems pretty solid with precast grooved concrete similar to those at the 35W ramp.

Anyone else get out??

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WWG - did you get out on the river the other night? I got your VM but was out of town. I have been out twice on some area lakes for some spur of the moment outings. But not on the river.

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Yeah I went out by myself Saturday night. Caught a couple small eyes and a couple white bass. It's about that time on the river......

Give me a call sometime....

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