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    Re: North Dakota

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa

    There is no date on your story so I assume it is the
    time frame of the Ca. gold rush, 1850's ?
    If so, and if the gold was buried close enough to
    the river to have flooded back then, better bring
    your diving gear, Lake Sakakawea is 60+ feet deep
    in that area. When Garrison Dam was finished in
    1953, and the reservoir began to fill, like with any
    huge dam, untold amounts of historic relics, artifacts,
    and culture were buried underwater, forever in terms
    of our short lives. But hey, I have plenty of electricity
    to run the computer!

    http://gf.nd.gov/multimedia/ndoutdoo...rrison-dam.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by pronghorn View Post
    There is no date on your story so I assume it is the
    time frame of the Ca. gold rush, 1850's ?
    If so, and if the gold was buried close enough to
    the river to have flooded back then, better bring
    your diving gear, Lake Sakakawea is 60+ feet deep
    in that area. When Garrison Dam was finished in
    1953, and the reservoir began to fill, like with any
    huge dam, untold amounts of historic relics, artifacts,
    and culture were buried underwater, forever in terms
    of our short lives. But hey, I have plenty of electricity
    to run the computer!

    http://gf.nd.gov/multimedia/ndoutdoo...rrison-dam.pdf
    this is an older post but lake sakajawea is 15 miles north of this location and behind (upstream from) garrison dam
    the stanton area is on the exact area where the knife river flows into the missouri river
    the stanton area has an average depth of 10-15 feet give or take and in the spring the water is gin clear and the bottom can be seen from 15 foot depths
    i hve fished ther for the last 30 years
    Native Pride -}}}}}------------------------> -}}}}}----------------------> -}}}}}---------------------> God Bless you Kelly May your steps be gentle and your eyes be sharp Your flipping stick true and the finds will mark Another season among your friends Preserving Mandan storys from the wind TnMountains

 

 

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