Tagged With: Envirnmental issues
Last night a friend and I were discussing how our life plans don’t often lead in the direction we intend or thought possible. which evolved into discussing the importance of observing all that is around and not having a spotlight view of our world. But let’s talk fishing for a minute.
The Big Oak towers over the valley below. He is the elder of the forest. No other has stood as long. He has watched others come and go. I first walked upon him 25 years ago; an old tree in a young forest. The others around him have grown, but as long as he stands, … Continue reading
New PA RECORD BUCK (This was my post from 2014, and now in 2017 we got a new PA archery record, once again,) Dr. Gary Alt May Have Been Right All Along I guess with age comes the ability to see the results of change. Earlier this week when I saw the Outdoor Life story … Continue reading
Monocacy River Tire Clean Up – Organized by Farmers So, last Saturday I participated in a tire clean up on the Monocacy River. I have the honor to currently serve on the Monocacy Scenic River Citizen Advisory Board. We, as a board, advise the Frederick and Carroll County Commissioners on things concerning the Monocacy. Last … Continue reading
The trout of Tom’s Creek need our voice A fellow Monocacy Scenic River Board member, Jack Lynch, sent me the following information today. The pristine Tom’s Creek is being threatened by possible mining in the area. The headwaters of Tom’s Creek, a rare high quality cold water fishery in southwest Adams County, Pennsylvania is under … Continue reading