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    Another dam down

    I'm sure this is going to piss off a bunch of the lawn chair bait fishermen.

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    Re: Another dam down

    First of three dams to be removed on that river. The other two come out next year. Looks like River Logic got the job. We were asked to bid, but were too busy to handle the current dam removal this summer and passed on it. We are removing a dam on McMichael's Creek as soon as next year.

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    Re: Another dam down

    Until there is a passive engineering solution to the quarry, Bushkill Creek won't have a path forward. While dam removal is great, it will continue to have de-watering problems every time the pumps fail, which negates remediation of anything below it. Which is not to say dam removal shouldn't be done, it's a good thing. I would just rather see $ spent on a solution to the former problem. I actually like fishing down around the old industrial buildings, it is so unique and counter to the norm to catch wild fish in that environment. OK, so there is an occasional riding mower buried in the bank......


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