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Old 12-16-2006, 05:42 PM
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Default Low Water, Found Car

The water in Lake Wilson is lower than I've seen it since the sugar plantation closed. Down to the 16 foot level on the South Fork Bridge. Normally it's about 28 to 30 feet there. Found some submerged islands that we've never seen before. Well, the motor found them. Nothing damaged. Right by the boat ramp you can see the top of a car. Looks pretty new. If anyone had a yellow car stolen....... we found it. I wonder if there is a body inside? Called the police, but went fishing after no one showed up in 30 minutes. Speaking of fishing. The nice 3 pound peacock bass are schooling and chasing shad around Boy Scout Island. Caught on lures and flys. They seemed to like the smaller silver or white flys. Along the shore line I found some scattered peacock bass. Very aggressive toward my flys. Some nice red devils too. LOL Aloha,Stan
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