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Old 04-10-2013, 06:53 PM
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Default Re: Fly fishing Blackstone River - Massachusetts.

I pretty much assumed it was just a tad bit other than pristine. That doesn't bother me. Have learned to fish them - just a couple of habits to pick up.

One of my favorite rivers was actually in the top 10 when the super-fund thing was started. It was also the first one taken off as not "fixable". Conclusion was that dredging the river to the atlantic was the only option. The result is they are letting the PVC/PBC/PCV (? The black goop in transformers) settle into the mud. River holds one of the highest densities of wild browns in New England. Funny little paradox.
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