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Re: Plymouth Dam

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skilt, it's better for the river in the long run. Should make for some great smallie habitat once the new flow carves it's path out

Posted on: 2009/11/8 21:13


Re: Plymouth Dam

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If it helps the fish out I think its worth it .I'm not selfish about loosing a good fishing hole if it benifits the river and the fish in it . Conservation isn't about improving the quality of your fishing and boating its about inproving the quality of the watershed .

Posted on: 2009/11/8 23:21
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