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Kanektok River Fishing Reports 2013

Silver Salmon

Emily, Dave and guide Jerod with a Silver Salmon

2013 fishing reports


For the archived fishing reports see 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 currrent fishing reports

 

Weather:

Though the summer months are Alaska's most temperate, the weather is still volatile and moody. A balmy sun-filled day can change quickly as the wind blows in the clouds and rain. Proper clothing can ensure everyone's comfort and enjoyment. Dress in layers and always bring a raincoat.

7 day weather forecast for Quinhagak,

LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 17-24, 2013

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY:
The river temperature this week was from 49 to 51 degrees. The clarity of the river was good all week.

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
Sunday the weather was sunny and very nice. Monday and Tuesday the weather was overcast with occasional rain showers. On Wednesday the weather changed and it started raining and blowing. Thursday and Friday was overcast with little rain.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK:
Dollie Llama

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK:
We finally saw some Bears this week, better late than never!

WILDLIFE SPOTTED:
We finally saw some Bears on the last week of our season. One of them was a little guy and super white with a little gray. As always we are seeing lots of birds: Mallards, Teal, Pintails, Widgeon, Harlequins and Geese. We are also seeing all the shore birds along with lots of Eagles, Goshawks, Falcons, Ospreys, Tundra Swans and Great Horned Owls. The Geese are really starting to fly and head south.

 

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK:
We had a great week of angling. The Rainbow fishing slowed down some with the colder water temperatures. The Silver fishing was good and the Dollies are still coming in strong with lots of them in full spawning colors.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:  

Kanektok Fly Fishing

Emily, Dave and guide Jerod with a Silver Salmon

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UPPER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT

REPORTING FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 10 TO AUGUST 17

WATER TEMP AND CLARITY 
The river was colored up on our first day of this week and it cleared up by the second day. It came up about 8 inches last week and has been stable and it is just starting to drop again. The water temps were averaging around 51 or 52 degrees.

WEATHER CONDITIONS
 We had more drizzly weather this week but not enough rain to raise the river much.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK
The mouse pattern was hot this week!

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK

 We had some exceptional fishing this week!  There were a good number of 25 and 26 inch bows caught (and measured) this week!

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 I have traveled the world fishing and this is the best camp and guides ANYWHERE!!! Stanley Schofield   Scarborough, ME

WILDLIFE

We saw eight or ten bear this week. There are lots of birds along the river including Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, Green wing Teal, Canadian Geese, Tundra Swans, Trumpeter Swans, Mergansers, Common Loons, Red throated Loons, Sandhill Cranes, Arctic Terns, Long tail Jaegers Glaucous winged Gulls, Northern Harrier, Northern Goshhawk, Red tailed Hawk, Ruffed Legged Hawks, American Kestrels, Harlequin ducks, Osprey, Peregrine falcons, Great horned Owls, Snowy Owl, Short eared Owl, Golden crowned Sparrows, Swallows, Common snipe, Semi palmated Plover, Black Turnstone, Greater yellow leg, Ptarmigan, Ravens, and Crows.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK    

 Kanektok Rainbow Trout

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK  

We had a lot of fun . Archie Adams has been bringing a group of anglers on this week for the last eight years and they are already booked for next year!

 

LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT THE WEEK OF AUGUST 10th to 17th, 2013
 

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY:
.As the week went on the river cleared from all the rains we had last week. The temperature of the river was from 50 to 54 degrees most of the week.

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
Sunday was another day of rain and the river camp up a few more inches for a total of about 10 to 12 inches since last week. On Monday the weather changed and it was super hot sunny and clear skies. Tuesday and Wednesday we had occasional showers mixed in with some sun and clouds. The weather got real nice on Thursday and Friday.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK:
Dollie Llama is working great for both the Silvers and Rainbows. The bead is still on fire for the Rainbows and Dollies.

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK:
The Dollies are getting super colored up and we are catching a lot of them up to 28 inches.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
Practice makes perfect. Duncan’s have been doing it longer than ever and have a great mix of experienced older guides and young bucks. Willing to go anywhere anytime.
John Sullivan, Manhattan Beach, CA.

WILDLIFE SPOTTED:
For some reason we haven’t been seeing any Bears this summer, in fact we have seen more Moose than Bears. As always we are seeing lots of birds: Mallards, Teal, Pintails, Widgeon, Harlequins and Geese. We are also seeing all the shore birds along with lots of Eagles, Goshawks, Falcons, Ospreys, Tundra Swans and Great Horned Owls.

 

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK:
This was a very fun week of fishing. The Silvers came rushing in when the river came up from all the rain last week. The Dollies are getting all colored up and we still lots of them coming in fresh. This is one of the best years that I can remember for big healthy Dollies. The Rainbows are still pretty much in the salmon beds but they are starting to move back into the root wads and banks eating flesh.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:

Dollie

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UPPER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
REPORTING FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 3 TO AUGUST 10

WATER TEMP AND CLARITY
The river came up 6 or eight inches this week and it is still clear. Water temps have been between 49 and 53 degrees

WEATHER CONDITIONS
 This was a cold drizzly week. We also had some wind out of the southeast to about 20 mph.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK
Painted beads and egg patterns were working well and we are still using the mouse!

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK

 This is another group that has fished with us for years. My wife Jo and my two girls
Katie (16) and Sam (14) were up to visit this week. They were a lot of help and we had a great time fishing.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 The Duncans Upper Camp is the best camp in Alaska for the serious fly fisherman! Karson Carpenter Ann Arbor, MI

WILDLIFE

Only a few bear sightings this week. There are lots of birds along the river including Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, Green wing Teal, Canadian Geese, Tundra Swans, Trumpeter Swans, Mergansers, Common Loons, Red throated Loons, Sandhill Cranes, Arctic Terns, Long tail Jaegers Glaucous winged Gulls, Northern Harrier, Northern Goshhawk, Redtailed Hawk, Ruffed Legged Hawks, American Kestrels, Harlequin ducks, Osprey, Peregrine falcons, Greathorned Owls, Snowy Owl, Short eared Owl, Golden crowned Sparrows, Swallows, Common snipe, Semipalmated Plover, Black Turnstone, Greater yellow leg, Ptarmigan, Ravens, and Crows.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK   

"White Lips"

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK  

  Even though we had a lot of rain the fishing was incredible this week. This group is already signed up for the same week next year!

 

 

LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 3rd to 10th, 2013
 

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY:
The river temperature was 53 to 56 degrees this week. The clarity of the river was great at the beginning of the week but with all the rain it has colored up some. By Wednesday the river camp up around 5 to 6 inches. 

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
Sunday was overcast with occasional rains. On Monday we finally had a full day of rain and it was by far our rainiest day of the season. Tuesday through Friday it was pretty much overcast most of the days and rained off and on.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK:
You just couldn’t go wrong with the egg pattern or bead this week.

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK:
All the guides got together and decided the highlight of the week for us was our guests. They were all super great, great fishermen, easy to get along with and made for a great week of angling.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
Great operation, great fishing, great guides, great management and fishing ethics. Fred Lurie, Phillipsburg, MT.

WILDLIFE SPOTTED:
As always we are seeing lots of birds: Mallards, Teal, Pintails, Widgeon, Harlequins and Geese. We are also seeing all the shore birds along with lots of Eagles, Goshawks, Falcons, Ospreys, Tundra Swans and Great Horned Owls.

 

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK:
The Silver’s are finally starting to show up with all the rains we had this week. The Dollies are still marching in thick and they are super healthy and big. The Rainbow fishing is still good and they are chomping the beads and egg patterns. We all had a super week of angling with some really special guests.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:

Kanektok Leopard Rainbow Trout

Eric Potterton and Robbie with nice big Rainbow

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UPPER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
REPORTING FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 27 TO AUGUST 3

WATER TEMP AND CLARITY
The river is still low and clear! The water temp was 51 to 56 degrees this week.

WEATHER CONDITIONS
Another great week of weather! We had one day of rain and the rest of the week it was dry and sunny or partly cloudy.


HOT FLY OF THE WEEK
Painted beads and egg patterns were working well and we are still using the mouse!

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK
This whole group has fished with us for years. Some of the guys have been on over twenty trips! The only person on their first trip was Donna Thompson. Donna came with her fiancé John Wright. Donna had never fly fished before so it was great fun to put her on a lot of fish. John told me that on their last day Donna caught more fish than he did! Way to go Donna!!


QUOTE OF THE WEEK
Best week of fishing I’ve ever experienced in terms of size and numbers! Too many 20 plus inch trout to count! Daniel Lyons Knoxville, TN

WILDLIFE

Only a few bear sightings this week. There are lots of birds along the river including Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, Green wing Teal, Canadian Geese, Tundra Swans, Trumpeter Swans, Mergansers, Common Loons, Red throated Loons, Sandhill Cranes, Arctic Terns, Long tail Jaegers Glaucous winged Gulls, Northern Harrier, Northern Goshhawk, Redtailed Hawk, Ruffed Legged Hawks, American Kestrels, Harlequin ducks, Osprey, Peregrine falcons, Greathorned Owls, Snowy Owl, Short eared Owl, Golden crowned Sparrows, Swallows, Common snipe, Semipalmated Plover, Black Turnstone, Greater yellow leg, Ptarmigan, Ravens, and Crows.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK

Just a fantastic week! I am already looking forward to next year!!

 

LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 27th to AUGUST 3rd, 2013

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY:
The river is the lowest it has been all summer and the clarity couldn’t get better. The river temperature this week was from 57 to 61 degrees.

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
The weather was incredible all week. Monday through Wednesday was super hot and sunny. Thursday and Friday was slightly overcast with a little rain.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK:
Dollie Llama

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK:
The highlight of the week was having our friends from Ohio in camp. We all had a great time on our father/son week.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
If the Duncan’s charged by the hook set, I would be bankrupt. Awesome action and great guides!! Casey McKnight, Tampa, FL.

WILDLIFE SPOTTED:
As always we are seeing lots of birds: Mallards, Teal, Pintails, Widgeon, Harlequins and Geese. We are also seeing all the shore birds along with lots of Eagles, Goshawks, Falcons, Ospreys, Tundra Swans and Great Horned Owls.


COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK:
The Rainbow fishing continues to be unbelievable, absolutely the best we have seen in years. We landed more big Rainbows this week than I have ever remembered. The Dolly fishing is on fire and they are stacked on every bar and super big! The Silver’s are slow at coming in as the river is super low and clear but started to see some more towards the end of the week. We had a great fishing week on our father/son week.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:


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UPPER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
                  REPORTING FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 20 TO JULY 27

WATER TEMP AND CLARITY 
The river is low and clear and dropping like a rock! On Thursday and Friday the water temps reached 63 degrees!! That is as warm as I have seen the river in a long time!

WEATHER CONDITIONS
 Lots of sun this week! We had several days that reached 75 to 80 degrees! Needless to say we were swimming in the river on a daily basis. We even had some guides and guests wet wading during the day!

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK
The mouse patterns are still working well but it is hard to beat a peachy king egg pattern or beads.

 

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK

 The fishing was incredible this week for rainbows and Dolly Varden. We had one guest that had never fly fished before. He caught a ton of fish and he is hooked and already planning on coming back!

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 Huge numbers of rainbows, char and spawning salmon! Guy Schoenborn  Columbus, MT

WILDLIFE

We saw a lot of bear this week. The sightings should increase with every day now. There are lots of birds along the river including Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, Green wing Teal, Canadian Geese, Tundra Swans, Trumpeter Swans, Mergansers, Common Loons, Red throated Loons, Sandhill Cranes, Arctic Terns, Long tail Jaegers Glaucous winged Gulls, Northern Harrier, Northern Goshhawk, Redtailed Hawk, Ruffed Legged Hawks, American Kestrels, Harlequin ducks, Osprey, Peregrine falcons, Greathorned Owls, Snowy Owl, Short eared Owl, Golden crowned Sparrows, Swallows, Common snipe, Semipalmated Plover, Black Turnstone, Greater yellow leg, Ptarmigan, Ravens, and Crows.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK   

 rainbow trout

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK   
With water temps over 60 degrees the trout fishing has been incredible! The river is extremely low so getting around in the Jet boats is getting tricky…We caught our first Silver of the year this week and we have seen several others and we are expecting to start seeing more as this next week progresses.

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UPPER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
REPORTING FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 13 TO JULY 20

WATER TEMP AND CLARITY
The water temp has been 49 to 51 degrees this week. The river is still gin clear and low!

WEATHER CONDITIONS
We have not seen the sun much this week. For most of the week it was overcast and we had some rain each day but not enough to raise the river much. We had a few days with wind out of the southwest to about 15 or 20 mph.


HOT FLY OF THE WEEK
The mouse pattern has still been hot this week for trout. Early Chums are starting to spawn so the incredible edible peachy king egg patterns are working very well for rainbows and Dolly Varden.
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HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK
We did nothing but fish for trout this week. We had one 18 year old young man that had never fly fished prior to this week. He was a quick learner and by the end of the week he was double hauling and throwing a nice tight loop and most of the fly line! He caught a ton of fish and the highlight was when he spotted and caught a 26 inch Bow on his first attempt! Needless to say he is now hooked on flyfishing!


QUOTE OF THE WEEK
This was truly world class fishing!! Brennan Sutey Kennewick ,Wa

WILDLIFE

We saw a lot of bear this week. The sightings should increase with every day now. There are lots of birds along the river including Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, Green wing Teal, Canadian Geese, Tundra Swans, Trumpeter Swans, Mergansers, Common Loons, Red throated Loons, Sandhill Cranes, Arctic Terns, Long tail Jaegers Glaucous winged Gulls, Northern Harrier, Northern Goshhawk, Redtailed Hawk, Ruffed Legged Hawks, American Kestrels, Harlequin ducks, Osprey, Peregrine falcons, Greathorned Owls, Snowy Owl, Short eared Owl, Golden crowned Sparrows, Swallows, Common snipe, Semipalmated Plover, Black Turnstone, Greater yellow leg, Ptarmigan, Ravens, and Crows.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK



Big Bow on a foam mouse

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK
We had a great time this week. Everyone wanted to focus on trout and we had some incredible days on the mouse pattern! The trout are starting to look for eggs now as some of the early Chums are just starting to spawn. By the end of this next week we should see some of the early Kings spawning and the trout will really key in on the spawning salmon.

LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
THE WEEK OF JULY 13th TO 20th, 2013

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY:
The water temperature this week was from 46 to 50 degrees. The clarity of the river is great!

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
On Sunday the clouds rolled in and we had some rain on Monday. Tuesday the weather was cloudy and cold. It started raining again on Wednesday and continued off and on through Saturday.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK:
Manatee Fetus

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK:
Victor caught two chums, Blue tail Gremlin and a Blue Fin Tuna? Don’t ask!!! Crazy fun week with some hilarious guests!!

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
A river full of fish and guides that know how to find them. James Matheson, Edmonds, WA.

WILDLIFE SPOTTED:
As always we are seeing lots of birds: Mallards, Teal, Pintails, Widgeon, Harlequins and Geese. We are also seeing all the shore birds along with lots of Eagles, Goshawks, Falcons, Ospreys, Tundra Swans and Great Horned Owls.


COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK:
There are lots of Chums and Sockeyes rolling in. The Dollies are really marching in behind the salmon starting to hold behind the salmon on the bars. We caught our first Silver’s on Tuesday!! The weather wasn’t the best for Rainbows this week but it was still great fishing with some really nice big fish caught. The Rainbow fishing this year is as good as we have ever seen on this river!

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:


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UPPER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
REPORTING FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 6 TO JULY 13

WATER TEMP AND CLARITY
The river is a low and gin clear. The week started out with water temps around 49 or 50 degrees. On Thursday and Friday we saw water temps as high as 58 degrees!!! The rainbow fishing is always better in warm water and it has been as good as it gets!!!

WEATHER CONDITIONS
The first two days of this week were cold and rainy and then we had a high pressure system move in with nothing but sunshine! It is almost too hot! On Thursday and Friday the air temps were pushing 85 degrees! Needless to say we have been doing a lot of swimming in the river.


HOT FLY OF THE WEEK
It is hard to beat the mouse pattern for trout this week. We have guests this week that have fished with us for 25 years and some of them have only fished a mouse all week! Hot pink Teeny nymphs are working great for Chums as well as pink bunny leeches.

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK
The unbelievable weather and incredible trout fishing has been the highlight for this week. Guests that have fished with us for many years are saying it is the best trout fishing they have ever experienced period!!!


QUOTES OF THE WEEK
The best camp, the best guides, and the best fishing. What else can I say? Derek Fritz, Francestown, NH

I had a lifetime of trophy fishing with Dave Duncan and Sons, and that was only after the first day with five days more that were even better! Phillip Claybrook Bluff City, TN

WILDLIFE

We are finally starting to see a few bears. The sightings should increase with every day now. There are lots of birds along the river including Bald Eagles, Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, Green wing Teal, Canadian Geese, Tundra Swans, Mergansers, Common Loons, Sandhill Cranes, Arctic Terns, Long tail Jaegers Glaucous winged Gulls, Ruffed Legged Hawks, Kestrels, Harlequin ducks, Osprey, Peregrine falcons, Golden crowned Sparrows, Swallows, Common snipe, Greater yellow leg, Ptarmigan, Ravens, and Crows.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK
As I mentioned earlier we have been doing lots of swimming. The trout fishing is incredible right now with the warm and clear water. We are doing lots of sight casting to big bows! There is nothing like throwing a big mouse pattern to a rainbow that you have spotted in a small side channel!!!
The Chum and Sockeye run is very strong with lots of fishing in the river. We have a good number of Kings in the river and it seems to be improving daily. The King run is still down (as it is all over Alaska) but at least we have a decent number of Kings. With trout fishing like this we have not spent very much time fishing for salmon…

 

LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT FOR WEEK OF JULY 6th TO 13th, 2013

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY:
The river has color to it due to all the rains and has come up around 8 inches total but by Friday it had dropped a few inches and cleared right up. The water temperature was from 55 to 58 degrees this week.

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
The weather Sunday and Monday was very cold and wet. Finally on Tuesday the sun came out and it quit raining and was nice the rest of the week with temperatures as high as 85 degrees.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK:
The Mouse pattern is on fire this week for the Rainbows!!

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK:
The highlight of the week for all of us was the rainbow fishing! We caught around a dozen Bows this week from 6lbs to 11lbs with boats landing as many as 55 to 70 a day. Absolutely incredible!!

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
First trip to Alaska and I couldn’t have hoped for a better experience – will be back again!! Eric Schmitt – Fresno, CA

WILDLIFE SPOTTED:
We still haven’t seen our first Bear this summer, there isn’t many tracks on the gravel bars either. We had two Moose swim the river above camp. As always we are seeing lots of birds: Mallards, Teal, Pintails, Widgeon, Harlequins and Geese. We are also seeing all the shore birds along with lots of Eagles, Goshawks, Falcons, Ospreys, Tundra Swans and Great Horned Owls.


COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK:
The Sockeyes and Chums are marching in nonstop. The King fishing continues to be spotty but we are catching some bigger fish. The Rainbow fishing continues to be excellent and we are starting to see and catch some Dollies that are marching in with the salmon.

PHOTOs OF THE WEEK:

Peter Loeb with nice chrome King Salmon


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LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT
FOR WEEK OF JUNE 29th to JULY 6th

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY:
The river is as low as I have ever seen for this time of year. The height of the river is like early August. The clarity is great!! The temperature this week varied from 50 to 55 degrees. From Tuesday to Thursday the river came up about 4 inches from all the rains.

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
Saturday we had a light mist and heavy wind. Sunday to Wednesday we had lots of rain and wind and the outside temperature really dropped. On Thursday the rains slowed down and Friday was the nicest day of the week.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK:
Dillon’s lead headed Sculpins and Dollie Llamas are on fire!!

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK:
The Rainbow fishing is the best we have seen for this early in the year!!

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
I have been too many lodges but none compare to the Duncan’s, the food, the guides and the fishing are top notch. Ken Hews, Bowerbank, ME.

WILDLIFE SPOTTED:
As always we are seeing lots of birds: Mallards, Teal, Pintails, Widgeon, Harlequins and Geese. We are also seeing all the shore birds along with lots of Eagles, Goshawks, Falcons, Ospreys, Tundra Swans and Great Horned Owls.


COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK:
The Chums and Sockeyes are really starting to march in and starting to stack up along all the gravel bars. The Rainbow fishing is the best we have ever seen for this early in the season. We are catching a few Kings but it was very slow early in the week but really picked up towards the end of the week.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:

Kevin Stewart's Kanektok Rainbow

 

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