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 Post subject: Trout going wild in Pontchartrain
New postPosted: March 19th, 2009, 8:39 am 
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I went out yesterday for some trout and caught three nice ones in an hour. Guy fishing next to me said he caught his limit of big trout the night before. This is all from the shore. I can't tell you where because it's a secret spot, but it is in Metairie-Kenner. Maybe for a small monetary gift, I could private message you the location. ;)


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We have wonderful stocked trout streams up here in Iowa.Love to cook them almondine style.


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MisRiv, do you ever get to Branson? We've been 3 times, and have yet to see a country music show. One of our favorite stops is the trout hatchery for stocking the lakes. It's one of the neatest things I have ever seen. Yeah, some people are very easily amused.


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Went out today to do some crabbing. An unpleasant surprise awaited me. Someone dumped what looked like several boxes of nails in the street where people park to get to the spot. I haven't thoroughly checked my tires, but I'm afraid I may have gotten one. Really, really, really angered me that someone would do that. I tried to clear as many as I could, and we're talking nails in the hundreds.

What does one do in that situation? Report it to the police?


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Depending on where it happened report it to the East Jefferson Levee Board or the Sherrif's Office. They'll have it cleaned up.


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Not long ago I was traveling behind a constuction truck and there was a rusty bucket full of nails, it fell off onto the interstate, I called 911 right away hoping they would clean it up before a tire blew and caused injury.


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