Clean City Rivers Spark an Urban Fishing Phenomenon: Across Europe, fish are returning to city waterways thanks to major cleanup efforts in recent decades. And with them, a rare species of recreationist: the urban angler. It’d be cool to see people fishing in the middle of a city, although I don’t know if I’d eat the fish. The Petitcodiac River causeway recently opened up its dam with the hope of
From Greenpeace: There’s probably no cod. Now let’s stop overfishing & think of the future. It’s a spoof of the atheist bus campaign stating similar sentiment about a God. (via Friendly Atheist)
I love my river. I can tell you that. Each year there are days when the Miramichi shows its greatness — its true greatness — once again. And each year on the river, once or twice, I will meet men and women with a fire of generosity in them, of love for others that God required old prophets to have. That’s from a book I bought recently for $1.50 at
Rockfish is a nine minute video about a guy catching a big… something. I saw this a few weeks ago but forgot to post it.