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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 439: Pacific Rod and Gun Club

Not long ago, the sound of shotguns echoed around Lake Merced. Until 2015, skeet shooting at the Pacific Rod & Gun Club was a regular occurrence. This week, Nicole and Michael explore the Club's origins and colorful history on the shores of Lake Merced.
- Sep 24, 2021

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 439: Pacific Rod and Gun Club Outside Lands Podcast Episode 439: Pacific Rod and Gun Club

(above) Lake Merced, Dec 14, 1996

[Luis Castro fishes from Lake Merced at an area that was once submerged under water. A pier that almost no longer touches the water is in the background. The lake's current water level is 17'2' deep.]
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