Insects and other foods the trout may be eating:
1. Blue-winged Olives - mostly Little BWO - Isolated hatches
2. Mahogany Duns
3. Midges - hatching in isolated locations
4. Little Yellow Stoneflies - hatching (Little Summer Stones)
5. Slate Drakes - hatching
6. Cream Cahills - hatching in Isolated locations
10. Inch Worms
11. Crane Flies
13. Streamers - matching sculpin, baitfish and small crawfish
More Sick News
I don't want to do as several other fly fishing websites do and copy every article I
can find in a newspaper with the word "fish" to this site, but I did link this sickening
article from the Tri-State Newspaper simply because I think Eastman should
contribute every cent of their profit from now until the time their pollution
problems have been solved forever. No, I don't want to see the many local
employees of the plant suffer but the companies higher management and
stockholders should. "A brief accidental discharge" my you know what!
One dozen fish kill. MY XXX Whatever it takes to make smallmouth bass float
belly up for miles is enough to do a substantial amount of other damages that
probably cannot even be measured or fully know about. Eastman officials or
The TVA made the news lately too. They reportedly have spent over a Billion, yes
that is a big B (that is a thousand, one-million dollar bills in just case you
can't count that far) that we now hear about for the cleanup of the coal ash spill
on the Clinch River.
If you have a difficult time with one-thousand, one million dollar bills that simply
means a stack of dollar bills from here to well past the moon.
Lets see. www.tva.gov
TVA dot gov? Does gov mean Government? Now I wonder exactly who is
going to pay for the waste of that hundred Billion dollars and who is
responsible for the damage that cannot be repaired.
I can't wait until dot gov runs our health care system. I wonder who and exactly
how they will clean up that spill.
Oh my goodness. I think I may be loosing my mind? Will that be covered or am I
too old to worry about?
Copyright 2009 James Marsh