Tag Archives: drought

Maybe There’s a River

Whereas many areas of western New York are currently enjoying an adequate amount of summer rain, I know that so much of our country, particularly in the western regions, is in serious drought exacerbated by some unbelievably hot temperatures… For … Continue reading

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Looking for Survivors

No, I wasn’t out investigating a local tragedy or searching the rubble in some post-apocalyptic nightmare, thankfully enough. I was simply on my autumn trout streams looking for survivors of a brutally hot and dry summer season that, reportedly, took … Continue reading

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Trout Lives Matter

So the carp, posed briefly by the riverside before its release, said to me, and I quote: “So trout lives matter to you, as lives of all scales and colors matter to you, and that’s why you chose to fish … Continue reading

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