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Well that's not good. #9493256 11/19/13 12:49 AM
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Yesterday was beautiful so loaded up the gear and dog and headed to the nearby pond only to find it was drained! A local said they were deepening it to provide adequate flood control, but even if it fills back up it's ruined as a fishery.

Re: Well that's not good. [Re: kjwolvy] #9493337 11/19/13 01:09 AM
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That is a totally valid reason for getting skunked.
Sorry about yer fishing hole.

Re: Well that's not good. [Re: kjwolvy] #9493516 11/19/13 01:52 AM
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Thank's. Fishing spots are few and far between here so it's sad to lose one.

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