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*Note: This cache is not at the above coordinates. This is the first cache that I have done basically alone. I hope you enjoy it.
Before you can find the cache, you must come up with the actual coordinates. The first step you must take is answering this question.
In 1915, Dr. J.W. Cook was fishing for trout with some friends. One of his friends that day landed a 14lb. beast, but Cook landed a 14.5lb. giant.
IN WHICH BODY OF WATER DID DR. J.W. COOK CATCH HIS WORLD RECORD BROOK TROUT IN, IN 1915?
Once you have an answer, take out any spaces you might have and convert all the letters to their numerical value. (A=1, B=2 etc.) Once you have done this, put each number into it's formula. The first letter goes with the first formula, 2nd letter with the second formula and so on. The order of operations do not matter. Here are the formulas you will use
Once you have the numbers, put them into these coords. Then you can find the cache. Hope you have fun and good luck.
N _ _° _ _. _ _ _ W 093° _ _._ _ _
You can check your answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.
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Congrats to Sharknose Bunnies for the FTF
A cache by Troutonthebrain
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum