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Old 05-13-2011, 06:32 PM
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Thumbs up Re: How to find fishing locations? streams & rivers

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Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
Another good way to find water in your area is to use Google Earth, you will be amazed at what that turns up.

Larry

All above dead on ... the above is even 'deader on.' Just look at the date on the maps so you're looking at reasonable 'current events.'

Using the Upper Rogue River as a marker, the 'maps' were updated as of July-2010 are what you'll find "boots on ground." Was 'way cool' to do the fly by function and run up the top 30'ish miles of river.

Repeating myself here, but dead on ''BOG."

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