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Old 08-26-2014, 10:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default River almost perfect!

Kayaked the K3 from Youth Campground to Warner Bridge yesterday and the river is slightly muddy but clearing. From the Wilmington gauge the river is well below any flooding and running through Devils Hole was almost a non-event.

There was a good mid-day bite with 3 smallies in the 10-14" range and this saavy redeye that was full of fight.

I love this stretch of river. Peaceful on a Monday with the Kankakee Mallow in full bloom.

River should be perfect by Saturday.
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Old 08-26-2014, 12:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nice job!

Watch out for that devil's hole. It'll suck you in and spit you out in China. Without a valid passport, you will spend the rest of your days in a forced labor camp.
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Outstanding
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Was that you with the red truck at the warner Bridge boat launch ?
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Was that you with the red truck at the warner Bridge boat launch ?
Yeppers - heading for another run Sat morning. Nice to meet you!
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