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Old 04-13-2011, 08:49 PM
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Default This is manitoba - High Water Country

With flood levels reaching record depths, has anyone ever fished a fly in flood waters???
But seriously, can anyone tell me any thiing about Stoney Creek, I know it was good 50 years ago but I want to try it again, it has changed course several times and the old beaver dams are gone.....Anybody been there lately??
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