FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
May 3, 2017
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Ofc Ray Jagger
(Kirksville, MO) – It’s May…so it is time to find out if the mice, got around to eating the wiring on your boat trailer last winter. While you are at it… better check to be sure the boat and trolling motor batteries are charged up or how long it has REALLY been since you purchased them.
Be sure that the lights work both on the trailer and the boat…because when it comes to serious fishing, odds are good that you’re either going to start or end in the dark.
Count and be sure that you have the right number of life jackets and that they have not mysteriously shrunk and the straps are not rotten!
We have been busy replacing some of the navigational buoys and getting the ladders back on the swim docks at Thousand Hills.
The State Park System has moved the boat docks back in place, from their winter storage. The Thousand Hills Marina is back in business full-time.. so there are no excuses!
This is a peak time, both for the Walleye at Thousand Hills and the Musky at Hazel Creek, so times a wasting … there are fish that need to be caught!
Anyone with information regarding suspicious activity is encouraged to contact the Kirksville Police Department at 660-785-6945, Central Dispatch at 660-665-5621, Adair County Sheriff’s Office at 660-665-4600 or anonymously at 660-627-BUST (2878) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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