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Spawning Ground

A cache by WalruZ Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/15/2004
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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A fish rots from the head - proverb

Perhaps you've wondered where those Digital Fish go after they've been released? Well, I was hiking way up on Mission Peak awhile ago and I found their secret spawning grounds! Rest here before continuing onwards - springs are special mystical places, and not something you see every day. Even after a dry summer there was water in this beautiful area at the head of... Mill Creek? Mission Creek? I don't know, but the fish were all over, big ones, little ones, tropical ones, and, yes, digital ones.

Please observe the local catch limit of one (1) per visitor.

If you've never been up this way before, bring more water than you think you'll need, because you'll need it. The trail may appear daunting, but just take it slow and rest often.

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