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fiskyknut

Hey DEADhead

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Saw that thread in re. to Sturgeonfish on OT and the RR watershed and it made me think of something I've tried to get an answer for here and there to no avail....

I'm curious if you may have any info regarding when the lowhead at Drayton will be revamped?

Also how about the ST Andrews Dam in MB? Also the 2 lowheads on the Roseau river on the Canadian side?

Did'nt the US and the Canadians have some kind of an agreement where the Structures N of the border on the mainstem Red and her tribs were to be revamped to facilitate easier upstream movement by fish up there also?

Thought I read somewhere that you were a construction engineer or something for the MNDNR and was hoping you could enlighten me.

Thanks.....fiskyknut

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Thought I read somewhere that you were a construction engineer


"engineer" ha ha too funny grin.gif choo! choo!

No I supervise the construction crew for Fisheries. I'll reply in the Red River forum

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Thanks, I will check there later. I moved my question there as well so iffin you guys want to pull this post from this forum feel free.

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