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Willis, Kansas: Fishing Pole and Fish

Its proximity to a water tower is one possible explanation for this landlocked angler display.

Linck St., Willis, KS
From US Hwy 73 turn east onto 150th St. Drive into town. Make first left onto Cedar St. then left again onto Linck St. The fish and pole are in front of the skinny blue water tower.
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Large Fishing Pole and Fish

In a tiny town that time forgot, a grain elevator and water tower rise up from a sea of grain and soy. Beside the water tower is a giant metal sculpture of a fishing pole reeling in a large fish.

[Lara Maltby, 06/22/2018]

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