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Old 10-17-2014, 08:17 PM
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Working with the tribe can be a hard thing to do. My dad was married to an native American women once and lived on the Reservation with her. He would always say, things get done when they get done on the Rez. There is never a time line. This is included. I was told as far back as 5 years ago that Hawley would be drained and it never happen until today. Infact some of the ladies in the office would always tell me don't you worry, they will never get around to draining that lake lol. Well it finally happen and I am a bit happy about it. Instead of worrying every year about it, its finally going to be over with. Now my worry isn't for the browns that are in it and where they will be moved but now long is the lake going to be drained for? If it took 5 years to drain it now long will it take to get them to repair it and get it back to the full level? If I was to spend my time helping it would be to get this project done and over with. I see Zach point about saving the brood stock but the sooner we can get this over with the sooner the fishery can recover.
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Old 10-19-2014, 10:48 AM
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My experience working with the Navajo Tribe is not much different.
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Old 10-28-2014, 09:34 AM
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The Crescent Lake Project Update is now on the WMLF website:

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Any updates on the lake?
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