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Post by JustFishN » 16 Apr 2007, 16:05

I just wanted to post a few photos of our yard. The Segregansett River goes right around our house and usually its a small stream. Well, we got a lot of rain last night and today and well... this is what it looks like now! Think there are any fish in there????
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Post by Captain Ahab » 16 Apr 2007, 17:23

Great Photos - you need to follow those up when it recedes.

It has been snowing on and off here in SE Pennsylvania - where is spring?

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Post by JustFishN » 16 Apr 2007, 17:46

No kidding! Where is spring!?!?

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Post by Jim » 16 Apr 2007, 17:51

Beautiful pics! Any place to lay down some crayfish traps? I will buy them if you lay them out! :D

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Post by JustFishN » 16 Apr 2007, 17:54

jimmyt wrote:Beautiful pics! Any place to lay down some crayfish traps? I will buy them if you lay them out! :D
By the time the traps get laid down the water will be gone hahaha. This will only last a few days. But its insane how high it gets. We have a wall in the back yard that if I stand in the river the top of the wall is level with the top of my head. (A little over 5 feet high)The water is up over that wall right now. I have a pic I should post it.

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Post by JustFishN » 16 Apr 2007, 18:00

here are a few more

the first and third are of the wall. When the river is normal there is about a 5 foot drop down to it.
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Post by Captain Ahab » 16 Apr 2007, 18:20

jimmyt wrote:Beautiful pics! Any place to lay down some crayfish traps? I will buy them if you lay them out! :D
How do you make crayfish traps? Maybe a new thread on this?

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Post by JustFishN » 07 May 2007, 18:12

Well, the yard is finally back to normal, so I wanted to share the photos of how it normally is. We had a ton of water from that last storm, maybe you all can see it now.
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Post by JustFishN » 07 May 2007, 18:15

last one of the back... the water was up right level with the wall... its pretty much back to normal now
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