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Old 11-03-2010, 01:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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http://www.postindependent.com/artic...ntProfile=1074

84 fish counted, wonder how many were already downstream. Hopefully they will know why soon.
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Old 11-03-2010, 01:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That SUCKS !! Hopefully most of the big browns in that area had moved into the Fork
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Looks like Chlorine Bleach. I just hope it was disappated further downstream.

http://www.postindependent.com/ARTIC...1109963/-1/RSS
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Looks like Chlorine Bleach.
I'll bet the gubmint did it, or the envirolibwackocommies.....



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Looks like Chlorine Bleach.
I'll bet the gubmint did it, or the envirolibwackocommies.....
Go fly a kite near power lines.
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But before you go find the powerlines, thank you for giving me another term to use:

envirolibwackocommies

I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by IceInTheVeins.
Looks like Chlorine Bleach.
I'll bet the gubmint did it, or the envirolibwackocommies.....
Go fly a kite near power lines.
Awe shucks. Does this mean I'm not invited to join the revolution?

Can I at least play "Pinky and The Brain take over the world" with you and the Fiery Pricess?






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envirolibwackocommies[/b].....
Now that was funny!
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Originally Posted by IceInTheVeins.
Looks like Chlorine Bleach.
I'll bet the gubmint did it, or the envirolibwackocommies.....
Go fly a kite near power lines.
Awe shucks. Does this mean I'm not invited to join the revolution?

Can I at least play "Pinky and The Brain take over the world" with you and the Fiery Pricess?


I'll think about it.
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Originally Posted by IceInTheVeins.
Looks like Chlorine Bleach. I just hope it was disappated further downstream.

http://www.postindependent.com/ARTIC...1109963/-1/RSS
Did you read the first link? You posted a link to the same article I posted.
Maybe it is the Hot springs pool, deduction and assumption would get you there. Either way the article does not state the cause.
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