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Discussion in 'Nebraska Flyway Forum' started by Huskermut, Mar 15, 2019.

  1. Huskermut

    Huskermut Refuge Member

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    Hope everyone's safe. Not a good situation.
     
  2. Vammy

    Vammy Senior Refuge Member

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    What a freaking disaster; hoping all my Husker brothers are safe!
     
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  3. Full Force Five

    Full Force Five Elite Refuge Member

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    My cousin was showing me photos of his farm up by Niobrara, WOW! Be safe
     
  4. Vammy

    Vammy Senior Refuge Member

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    Pics and images my family in NEland is sending/posting are unbelievable; crazy amounts of water.
     
  5. jzoo

    jzoo Senior Refuge Member

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  6. don835

    don835 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    IMG_0406.JPG IMG_0425.JPG IMG_0406.JPG IMG_0425.JPG IMG_0409.JPG Hwy 13 Bridge 3/4 mile from my house in Hadar.
     
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  7. JP

    JP Elite Refuge Member

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    Gonna take a while to get things back to normal. We’re wondering about the logistics of the May turkey trip. Have spoken with most of the ranchers where we hunt and they are OK but lots of infrastructure damage to contend with in the meantime.
     
  8. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    getting there might be the toughest part. Check the road conditions daily as they are changing that fast.
     
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  9. jkern

    jkern Elite Refuge Member

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    My family got hit pretty hard, FEMA getting involved is making things tougher to get back on track due to increased regulations. "Red tags" seem to be the norm in the south side of fremont.

    There are still breeches in levees where the river has reopened old blocked channels, I have a feeling the corps will tell those affected to get bent. The Platte is a whole new creature!! TALL sandbars with DEEP main channels.
     
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  10. goosehunter140

    goosehunter140 Senior Refuge Member

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    Red tags mean what ??? GREAT to hear you are safe.
     

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