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    Throwing in some oatmeal or cornmeal is also a trick used in the maritimes.
    The fishing was good; it was the catching that was bad.

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    might be wary of grandriver clams given the water quality and population density. :S
    good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marker View Post
    A fluke in the context above is a parasitic worm, go fishing in Maine and you will catch 'Fluke' a type fish related to Flounder, try to get a good mulitmeter and you will find Fluke electronics sells them, and if you want some trucking you could use Fluke transport. And that's a fluke (LOL).
    If it's on time,,, it's a Fluke! A little trivia, who owns it and what else are they famous for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulR View Post
    If it's on time,,, it's a Fluke! A little trivia, who owns it and what else are they famous for?
    Ok who's going to be the first to blow the whistle on this one?
    Get the net...Get the net...Get the net!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulR View Post
    If it's on time,,, it's a Fluke! A little trivia, who owns it and what else are they famous for?
    " Grant Mountain Bloodhounds Clementine Burgermeister TD, MiSAR"


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    http://www.ontario.ca/environment-an...g-ontario-fish


    Clams
    Although freshwater clams are often readily available in many Ontario
    water bodies, we don’t recommend that you eat them. Clams are filter
    feeders and are usually low in chemical contaminants, but for the
    same reason, they can harbour harmful bacteria and other pathogens.
    If they are not fully cooked, they may cause health problems such as
    food poisoning.

    From the OMNRF

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    Yeah the grand river is probably THE most polluted river in ontario, I wouldn't eat a fish out of there let alone a filter feeding mollusk. If you do want to eat them I cant see you getting much nutritional value or pleasure eating a double boiled and fryed clam. Just not worth your time or the risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulR View Post
    If it's on time,,, it's a Fluke! A little trivia, who owns it and what else are they famous for?
    Ron Foxcroft who was an NCAA basketball referee and inventor of the Fox40 whistle. I refereed football in the same association as his son Dave who is now a CFL referee.

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    From Grand River ??? Never! thats stuff will make you grow 3rd eye . that river is poluted .

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