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Warrior56215

Blackduck River

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How is the early season fishing in the Blackduck River off State HWY 1 west of Busy Corners? I was going to post this in the Blackduck forum but there doesn't seem to be much activity going on there.

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The Blackduck River, Tamarac River, and Shotley Brook are closed to fishin right now due to spawning. Fishing in the BlackDuck and Shotley Brook systems will be spotty due to real low water levels.

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If the Blackduck is open for Saturday bring your measuring tape. The CO's worked it hard last year and they will again this year. Be sure to know where you are too. Much of the Blackduck is on private land that has been posted and there is nothing telling you that you are on the Rez. If you see the bridge and a really big lake to the west turn and get out of there....he he

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