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I know DNR does controlled burns for habitat reasons and environmental reasons. Brush coulda been growing grossly and they probably decided to rid the island on dead brush!?!?!?!?!
 

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Are you sure it was Strawberry? The Indians do a controlled burn on Seaway Island every spring. Used to know why, am unsure now. Seems like it was something to do with the game on the island. Maybe they're harvesting muskrats. Good for the Indians, bad for the muskrats.
 

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Hopefully they did it to get rid of those damn biting flys! I don't like going to Strawberry because I ussually get eaten alive there...
 

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I hear you Wiz, or how about those little black nats that come out later in the season at dusk or night. Those things drive me nuts.
 
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