Not quite 30 years for me but very close. I don't fish it as much as I used to either. When the factory (Foremost) was still around, I used to wait til everyone would leave in the evening and pound the walleyes well into the night. I miss that factory. That was the best set up in the area. Everything related to that current from under the building. That spot will never be the same, but it still attracts some fish. Spots have become more and more limited, and I think it has a little to do with a few wrecking it for the many. Mostly referring to litter. Fish carcasses, fishing line, empty worm cartons, empty beer cans, and empty cigarette packs to list the main culprits. I practice leaving a spot cleaner than it was when I arrived. This is another example of why many don't want to give locations. I hate picking up after others, but I figure I owe it to the land owners that allow me to fish on their property. They can take the privilege away and some have. Haven't been by "Foremost" since spring, but I've been down there fishing with workers present and not been kicked out. I was only kicked out once since the demolition first started. That was the very last day you could fish the current coming under the building. My guess is people are littering and not respecting the property. If you're told to leave, please do so. Fighting them will only make things worse. This picture is what it's all about!