n.— «The Edison Sault power plant is an imposing, quarter-mile-long, turn-of-the-last-century stone structure built along the river that features nearly 40 turbine outflow chutes where salmon congregate on their upstream run. Petzke’s favored tactic is to tie up to an outflow tunnel and cast a heavily weighted, double-nymph rig into the tunnel and let it float out with the current—a sidearm variant of what is known as chuck-and-duck fishing.» —“Fortune embraces salmon anglers” by James Phillips KPC Media Group (Kendalville, Indiana) June 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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