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  1. You would have to walk every riffle and a lot of the holes aint very deep. If you like to hike they would be perfect.
  2. I worked at the plant from 84 to 94. I sent you a pm
  3. That's. a funny one there. I was in UAW, too. The D's pushed NAFTA on us. When Richard Gerhardt would come and and we would complain that it would kill our jobs, he would tell us they would fix it after it passed. If I could point to one thing that turned the folks at Wentzville assembly into republicans NAFTA would be it.
  4. The Eleven Point River is not part of the ONSR. The US Forest service runs the 11pt and they did not shut down the river to camping.
  5. I found some fly boxes on the upper end today near Baptist access. I would like to get them back to the owner. This is a long shot because I am pretty sure it was no one here as there was a stringer in the bag. Hit me up if they are yours and I will get them back to you.
  6. I have not missed a beat working and we are watching Bosch on Prime right now.
  7. My Comment referenced the ONSR. I am not all that familar with the 11 pt NWSR
  8. They have shut off gravel bar camping on ONSR. there are a lot of private gravel bars on the upper Current but you have to know which ones and the rangers wont know.
  9. Pine Crest on the upper Current is open and Flying W campground south of Jadwin is open. Both in Dent County , we still like our tourists.
  10. Current is still open you just have to shuttle yourself.
  11. The Eleven Point River is a National Wild and scenic River administered by the Forest service division of the Department of Agriculture.
  12. Dave does not own the property anymore, he sold . 11/16/2018
  13. Public Scoping Period for Crane Lake Dam Project is Open Mark Twain National Forest hosted an informational open house on September 26th at Arcadia Academy, in Iron County, Missouri. Attendees were provided an update on Crane Lake, which included the unveiling of feasible alternatives that could address the dam’s deficiencies. The open house launched the official environmental planning effort for the Crane Lake High Hazard Dam Safety and Compliance Project. Crane Lake is a 100-acre lake located in Iron County, on the Potosi-Fredericktown Ranger District. Engineering inspections and studies carried out over the past four years have found numerous deficiencies in Crane Lake’s dam. It cannot pass 100% of the probable maximum flood, a requirement for all federal dams in the high hazard category. Furthermore there are structural deficiencies, as well as seismic concerns. Feasible alternatives to address the federal safety concerns were developed by an engineering firm with expertise in dams. The Forest Service compared and contrasted the alternatives based on criteria such as cost and how well each addresses ecosystem health and resiliency, socioeconomic and recreational benefits, and downstream public safety. The alternatives varied from full decommissioning of the dam with restoration of the lake bed to full reconstruction of the dam, with several alternatives calling for some modification of the dam. Forest Supervisor Sherri Schwenke identified two alternatives to carry through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) planning process. The NEPA planning process must be completed in order to move the project through completion of the engineering design stage and then to actual on-the-ground work. One alternative being carried forward is the Forest Supervisor’s proposed action, “Alternative E, Armor the Earthen Embankment with Roller-Compacted Concrete and Buttress the Spillways.” This alternative would correct the hydrologic, hydraulic, structural and seismic deficiencies in the dam using the footprint of the existing structure; it can be phased in the event only partial funding could be acquired; it will maintain the largest lake possible at around 100-105 acres; and it will help maintain an ecological block on Crane Pond Creek which will help protect a rare crayfish population from an invasive species. Projected costs over a 50-year time period were more economical than other alternatives - an estimated $3.5 million would be needed for construction, while it would have minimal annual maintenance requirements. The second alternative to be included in the NEPA planning process is “Alternative I, Full Decommissioning with Restoration of the Lake Bed and Crane Pond Creek.” Supervisor Schwenke wants to conduct further analysis on this alternative because there is agency interest in reducing deferred maintenance backlogs nationally. Removing the dam and restoring the lake bed and stream would cost much less than any of the alternatives calling for modifications of the dam. The first step in the NEPA planning process is a 30-day public scoping period. Comments about the alternatives will help the Forest Supervisor understand what issues to focus on during the environmental analysis, or if there is any new information to consider. The open house attendees were able to discuss the alternatives with Forest Service employees and were invited to leave any comments they had. Comments can be provided through October 31, 2019. To receive a packet of information about the project, or to share a comment, please send an email to comments-eastern-mark-twain@usda.gov. You may also request an information packet by calling the Potosi Ranger Station at (573) 438-5427. Once public scoping is completed, Forest Service resource specialists will conduct an environmental analysis. Upon completion of that, an environmental assessment will be compiled and made available for a 30-day comment period. Completion of the planning process often takes up to a year, but can vary based on the number of comments received or the environmental consequences identified.
  14. At least they are still carrying machine gun ammo!
  15. well unless the road cuts through your property like in my case. Either way it is not public it is private and you have no right to park on it.
  16. County roads in rural Counties are privately owed with a "right of way". You would be parking on private property that is taxed by the County and paid by the land owner. Your right of way does not give you any rights to park. collect wood, mushroom hunt. You just have the right to travel the road. I have a spot on a branch of the Meramec in Dent Co. and have to call a lot to keep folks from parking and swimming.
  17. Silicone rubber is not soft plastic. Rubber is not plastic two different polymers.
  18. Someone at CG HQ probably just finished the first season of "Ozark" on netflix.
  19. Add all fishing and hunting, also. Mdc is all about revenue no matter how little.
  20. The main reason for the change, imho, is the money received from the Pittman–Robertson Act. I saw that MDC got $1.70 for every tag SOLD.
  21. I'm with you, Wrench. Skin cancer takes a long time to show up. You have it because your mom let you run around all day every day in the summerwhen you were a kid w/o any protection.
  22. No one has to convince me of climate change. Where I live, near the Current River, was once a tropical sea and today I woke up to zero degrees.
  23. WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!! https://apnews.com/bd45c372caf118ec99964ea547880cd0
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