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Old 02-09-2013, 01:19 PM
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Default Re: Piru Creek (North of LA)

My first flyfishing trip was on Piru creek over 30 years ago. Back then there were more fish, cleaner conditions. Last time I was there the trash, baby dippers and beer cans put me off from ever going back. Sad to hear the creek is not doing so good. Perhaps a group of people can come together and get the place back in shape.
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