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Hentag sharp metal raft/ducky/tube popper!

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Hentag sharp metal raft/ducky/tube popper!

Post by Jeff Young on Wed 20 Jul 2011, 1:06 am

This is new, and might have been done on purpose to pop inflatables and wreck kayaks. At the portage area upstream of Croyden bridge there is a metal drainage pipe made of corrugated metal that is partially submerged. Last week it was intact and hazard free. Today I found a section the size of a knife broken away from the main pipe and bent up in what looked like an effort to pop stuff. It would have ripped open a kayak easily. I used a large rock and bashed it back down and it's not a hazard at the moment but it could easily be bent back up and result in some expensive and possibly painful damage. It's in the top most portion of the portage eddy. I'm bridging a sledge hammer next time to stop by and get it completely flat.
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