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RogueratJune 14th, 2018, 3:59 am
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Just for grins,

its that time of the season again, I found a bunch of 'urban hexes' on the glass door of my office this morning...came in early (500 am) so as to leave early and the flies were there.
The only mud-bottom/banked water within miles would be Plaster Creek which is at best a cesspool...I guess its still Hex water, though.

Tight lines, and things are getting HOT here in W MI...temps in the low 90's for the next 4-5 days and stream flows are getting correspondingly lower.

Roguerat

'Less is more...'

Ludwig Mies Vande Rohe

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