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Hook, Line, & Sinker

A cache by PLJE Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/30/2010
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Cache is located within the Rockcliffe Trails (Waterdown Area). Parking and Trailhead begin at N43 19.376 W79 54.058.

The cache is well hidden and you may have to spend a bit of time searching for it once you get to the general location. The cache is a green/grey field box container (medium size) and is located off the trail. There is a fishing theme to this cache and we hope that you will stick to this theme. Please and Thank You! The cache contains some fishing line, bobbers, leaders, Mr. Twisters, filleting tips, etc... There is also a logbook with pens & pencils for you to record your visit. There is a special prize for the first to find! We have been walking these trails with our children since they were 3 years old. The kids love looking for salamanders and frogs in and around the creek. We hope you enjoy this section of the trail as much as we do and you take some time to explore the large number of trails around this area. Note: This cache has been approved by the Halton Conservation Authority Land Manager. Happy Caching!!!

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