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    Default Video of fish work/fishing on the Big Su


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    Nice video. Thanks for posting.

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    I'm impressed! Thanks for sharing!

    Quick question.. Whats with the gear piled by the railroad tracks? Did the train actually slam on the brakes to haul it out??
    I am serious... and don't call me Shirley.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM2K7sV-K74

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    Wow! Any one of the segments would be "wow!" worthy but to be able to string all of that into a single video is Ultra Wow! Thanks for sharing!!!!

    Oh the Railroad question.. I assume this is between Talkeetna and hurricane which features one of the last trains that you can actually flag down.

    http://alaskarailroad.com/OurTrains/...2/Default.aspx

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    Ride one of America's last flag stop trains. The Hurricane Turn train has delivered Alaska locals to their remote cabins since 1923. On this wilderness run, get off the train anywhere along the 55-mile stretch: hike, fish, or journey to a remote cabin. When you are ready to return to civilization, you can stop the train on its return with the wave of a flag.




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    We had a bunch of the Biologist from HDR at our place last summer studying hooligan, Was neat getting to learn about what's going on with the river system and was cool to see people I recognize in the video!

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    Quote Originally Posted by akiceman25 View Post
    I'm impressed! Thanks for sharing!

    Quick question.. Whats with the gear piled by the railroad tracks? Did the train actually slam on the brakes to haul it out??
    Yes, they stop and load up the gear. There is a few places where the AK R/R does that.
    Nice vid guys, I have a bunch of pics from the project I worked this past summer that would make for a great vid if I knew how to do it.

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    Very cool! Thanks much for sharing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander View Post
    We had a bunch of the Biologist from HDR at our place last summer studying hooligan, Was neat getting to learn about what's going on with the river system and was cool to see people I recognize in the video!
    Gold creek?

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    Great video. Thanks for sharing.
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