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If your close by you owe it to yourself to take a look. I plan to go back with the video camera. Talk about some wild water coming out right now.

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go check Island lake dam too 2400 cubic feet per sec today, Hunter lake is up about 5 feet! normal flow is 150 - 200......

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My son was on a field trip to Jay Cooke yesterday and he said that part of the road washed out and there was a car that rolled down the embankment almost into the river. Some crazy water out there!!

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Ya for sure stay away from the shores around the upper St. Louis River and Thompson D a m area. There are some serious under cuts on the banks and things are washing down the river like crazy. I saw a tree about 40' long with 4 birds on it floating down by Boyscout yesterday. If your in the boat pay close attention for logs/trees/docks etc. The fishing T dock at Boyscout is tilted to the point it looks like it could be ripped out at any second.

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