The driftless area...

nimrodnimrod Senior MemberPosts: 756 Senior Member
...has the largest biodiversity on the planet. Also the second oldest river. The last three glaciers have missed this part of north America...leaving it with an absence of glacial drift. It also has many springs and great trout fishing...the deer hunting isn't bad, either.

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  • nimrodnimrod Senior Member Posts: 756 Senior Member
    ...pictures to follow!
  • nimrodnimrod Senior Member Posts: 756 Senior Member
    ...12 views. I better get busy on those pics.

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  • nimrodnimrod Senior Member Posts: 756 Senior Member
    Opening day is less than two months away...

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  • nimrodnimrod Senior Member Posts: 756 Senior Member
    ...
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  • NZ IndicatorNZ Indicator Senior Member Posts: 9,068 Senior Member
    Hasn't Len circulated enough pictures of Joe's hatchery brown trout already?
  • nimrodnimrod Senior Member Posts: 756 Senior Member
    Joes my wifes cousins kid...who is this len you speak of?
  • NZ IndicatorNZ Indicator Senior Member Posts: 9,068 Senior Member
    Len Harris.
  • nimrodnimrod Senior Member Posts: 756 Senior Member
    Len was giving a trout fishing talk to the school. My kids saw it and said len talked about a 30+ inch brook trout Joe caught but len talked into releasing. That Len Harris. Never met the guy...

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