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Old 02-04-18, 11:22 AM   #21
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Sorry if this is off topic, but are Curtis Switch and Horseshoe Bend county run parks like Tammen? I fished there for the first time Thursday and was put off by the condition of the park. The river was clean but the park itself was badly littered with trash and the garbage cans were overflowing. I donít expect pristine wilderness and maybe Iím spoiled by the cleanliness at JB and Park Service campgrounds. Just my $.02
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Old 02-04-18, 10:14 PM   #22
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Sorry if this is off topic, but are Curtis Switch and Horseshoe Bend county run parks like Tammen? I fished there for the first time Thursday and was put off by the condition of the park. The river was clean but the park itself was badly littered with trash and the garbage cans were overflowing. I donít expect pristine wilderness and maybe Iím spoiled by the cleanliness at JB and Park Service campgrounds. Just my $.02
Curtis switch is just a bridge with a pull off parking area and a boat ramp and parking area a short distance downstream of the bridge. Horseshoe bend is a park but in my experience has always been nice and clean and well kept when I've been out there.
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