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Old 07-07-2000, 04:50 PM
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Time to get out the Floating lines and Wakers

Hey Metalhead Junkies,

Well, my own personal "reminder" for getting on with surface fishing is when the Snoqualmie approaches the magic mark of 2000cfs at Carnation and it's almost there, and suprisingly early this year to boot.

The fish are in the river, so it's up to me to find the time to get after them <g>

Let the Skating Begin!

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