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Early Spring !

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3 hours ago, bdowning said:

Not uncommon to see early scouts in the middleboro run in 2-3 wks. 

Stupid question here...when folks refer to the “Middleboro Run” Are they talking about the Oliver Mill Run on 44, or is there another?

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Either that or the one with the ladder and fish counter at the Wareham St bridge near the center of town.

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22 hours ago, bdowning said:

Either that or the one with the ladder and fish counter at the Wareham St bridge near the center of town.

Ahhh...I see.  Thanks!!

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On 2/3/2019 at 10:53 AM, FoliFish said:

Stupid question here...when folks refer to the “Middleboro Run” Are they talking about the Oliver Mill Run on 44, or is there another?

The herring swim up beyond the mill until they get to the upper fall and take a left into the stream that gets them into where they drop eggs. Same run as far as I know. They overcome several fast moving water falls as they reach the upper reaches of the river system

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Yeah, it "looks" like an early spring, but don't forget those past winters where we got slammed AFTER Phil did his thing!

We can still get some hefty snowstorms over the next two months.

 

I'm not rooting for them, just putting the info out there so we can all keep an eye and ear out for any potential storms on the horizon...

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