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The Taylor River above Almont is flowing at just under 400 cubic feet per second, low enough to wade but still high enough to use caution when out in the river.



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The Taylor River above Almont is flowing at just under 400 cubic feet per second, low enough to wade but still high enough to use caution when out in the river.

ALMONT — In most years, mid-June means runoff: high, discolored water that grinds boulders into rocks, sweeps rivers and streams from bank to bank and keeps fish-hungry anglers dabbling…




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