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Mark K
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Oddly enough I can't remember exactly how high the bridge is. This is the only picture I have with it in the background. I don't think you can touch the girders even with a 7 foot rod. Or a ten foot pole...Stretch Polanski was his name if I recollect... :huh: Nevermind.

 

Hey dude! The 90's called, they want their hair back! :lol:

 

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In any case. Thats one hell of a lot of ice.

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I think most of the flood damage is being done downstream a bit from Wilmington proper . They are still getting some but not as bad as a couple weeks ago .

 

BTW , it's fishable a ways upstream , at least it was on Monday .

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Mark,

Are those Korker wade shoes you're wearing?

 

 

No. That picture is something like 1996 or 97 long before I had them. Probably have a pair of Nike's full of those tiny pointy snail shells.

I still have and use my Korkers. They are awesome.

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I still have and use my Korkers. They are awesome.

 

Mark,

Glad you like them.

Yes, they're awesome.

They're the best wade shoes I've even owned.

 

I have a pair of the sandels too---I use them over my boot foot waders and hippers.

Great for walking on ice too.

 

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I like the fact that they are ultra durable and I can change the sole to best fit conditions. Since mine show virtually no damage on the uppers, changing the sole results in pretty much a brand new boot.

If I were buying another pair, I would get these:

http://korkers.com/product.php?recKey=38

Based on the lacing system alone. Sweet.

 

 

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