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    Daimon Kidd was fishing at limestone creek at the old iron bridge and lost his key to his Toyota truck if anyone is fishing in that area and finds a key please return it to him as,he needs it.

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    If found please contact me here and I will contact him,his phone got wet and is down right now

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    I won't be there until Saturday, but will keep my eyes open!

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    I don't have plans to get over there any time soon, but if I'll do, I'll look around for it. It's probably under his truck seat where he's looked 8 times. That's where I always find my stuff. His lost paddle probably isn't under there though.

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    To drag from the bridge to the creek requires getting in and out of your kayak a couple times to drag over low spots. Every time you get in or out there's the potential to lose something. If it's not where he parked, it's probably at one of those locations where he had to get in or out of his kayak.

    Several years ago I put in at a spot and fished half a day. When I got back I noticed a cellphone in the water. I picked it up and said that looks like my cellphone, of course it was mine, LOL! When I got into my kayak it caught the edge and popped off into the water. This was during the wonderful days of flip phones. I removed the battery, dropped in a bag of rice and 24 hours it was back working without issue. Not much chance of a phone surviving that anymore.

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    Thanks for the help Slabby. Went back yesterday and looked with no luck. I just have the key to my storage building on there and was hoping to find it.


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    I didn't see your key, the water has dropped about a foot in the last 24 hours and is very clear. You might want to go back over tomorrow.
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