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Charlie LeDuff canoes the Rouge River (Photo: WJBK) Charlie LeDuff canoes the Rouge River (Photo: WJBK)
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  • Charlie LeDuff canoes the Rouge River

    Charlie LeDuff canoes the Rouge River

    Friday, June 21 2013 12:20 PM EDT2013-06-21 16:20:41 GMT
    Armed with a paddle, a life jacket and friends who carry cameras, Fox 2's Charlie LeDuff takes us down the 'Rouge.' A three-day nature hunt that twists and bends right along with the river.
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    Thursday, June 20 2013 10:40 PM EDT2013-06-21 02:40:07 GMT
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    Map: The Rouge River Watershed

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    Learn more about the Rouge River watershed and its impact on southeast Michigan.
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DETROIT (WJBK) -

Three days on the Rouge River.  Fox 2's Charlie LeDuff, Bob Schedlbower and Matt Phillips go on a nature hunt of a lifetime.

Take a look at some photos to get a better look at the men who paddled a canoe from near 8-Mile and Telegraph to Zug Island.

See the story in full video form, CLICK HERE>>.

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