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My dad recently fished a disc out of the water at Trojan Park, outside of Portland, OR.  It is a white disc with PDGA# 34715, and the name Ryan Dedoche. If anyone knows him, please spread the word that it is found.  I'll need a description to show ownership, but I'm guessing that he will remember losing this one.  I've tried the number on the back with no success.

Oddly enough, this Star disc was found simply floating on the surface of the water, with no one in sight and this disc seems valuable enough to go swimming for.  For those who don't know the course, nearly every hole is narrow and plays next to water.  The one (and only) time that I played there, I lost five discs on the first half of the course alone (had some help from newbies on that one).

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Gotta love those water hazzards. We have a course like that near hear, 9 holes 4 on one side of the river, and 5 holes on the other, water in play on every single one of them. I've used to drop them in the drink all the time, but now I've learned to keep them on the fairway.
Ryan is a Steilly local. l'll let him know about his disc next time i see him

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