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Rick Graser has no doubts about what he heard that Friday afternoon fishing in the Quinault Indian Reservation.

“Reuben (Estavillo), our Indian guide, wanted to drop the anchor and fish the spot a little longer, take a breath and talk,” said Graser, a retired fishing guide, former professional baseball player and long time Moses Lake resident.

It was March 1, around 3 p.m.

“It was a beautiful day,” Graser added.

And then Graser, along with Estavillo, fishing lure designer James Beasley and magazine editor Nick Amato heard it — a very loud “powwww-whoop!” that echoed through the gorge.

Not just once. Or twice. But three times.

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Category: Weird Desk