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Old 04-01-2014, 11:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have any info on which ponds are gonna be closed due to flood damage? Mainly northern ones.....from Pella to North Shields...thanks!
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I heard it might be a few years for Pella. I did see that they have some heavy equipment in the parking lot and are just starting to clean up debris. Fishing is not that great there, so I wouldn't worry about it either way. I've moved on to other places and have been doing better.
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Theres still fish?
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Pella is still closed and will be for a few years. There's probably a few fish left in some of the ponds. Two of them are completely gone.
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Thanks guys.....sucks about Pella.....though the bass fishing wasn't what it once was.........it was an excellent place to catch big sunfish for the kids.
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From what I was told, most of the ones next to the rivers are closed but lots should open in the summer at some point. Best way I have found is to call the county that they are in and have gotten some better info that way. Websites have some info on that too, but not always clear.
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Old 04-03-2014, 05:04 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I tried to take a crap in the chitter at pella but kept falling off the stool.
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