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Halloween fish count

Two fishing scarecrows display the fall fish count in Simms Creek as of Oct. 29. The scarecrows were placed along the Island Highway beside Simms Creek on Tuesday afternoon. - Kristen Douglas
Two fishing scarecrows display the fall fish count in Simms Creek as of Oct. 29. The scarecrows were placed along the Island Highway beside Simms Creek on Tuesday afternoon.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas
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