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Toxic algae in Florida. #12812422
07/01/18 04:03 PM
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Prepare for the future-it will be here tomorrow.
Re: Toxic algae in Florida. [Re: retdbasser] #12813828
07/02/18 08:08 PM
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We had that on different waters in NYS last year.
Seems that it laid on the surface, sometimes appearing slimmy and of different colors.




Bad news for swimmers and dogs swimming in it but it didn't seem to affect the fish or fishing.

Last edited by SenkoSam; 07/02/18 08:10 PM.
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