FOLLOWING THE ROAD NORTH

Unfortunately even the best of days can be ruined in an instant, and that was just what happended as I peaked over the ridge on my way back to the car.

TRASH everywhere! you’ve got to be kidding me this place had barely been opened and already people were trashing it. So I grabbed a trash bag out of the car and filled it up until it was just about over flowing.

That is the exact reason why I’m always mentioning that we have to be good stewards of this beautiful resource, because some day┬áI would love the honor of being able to take my Grand kids here to catch fish out of the same river that I grew up on.

Come on guys, if not us then WHO?

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4 comments on this post.
  1. iwalton:

    Glad to see the fish alive and well up there! I have only fished the San Gab once, but I would love to go back.

    The trash and tagging issue up there is really horrendous though, props to you for helping pick up the litter

  2. AAGyp:

    I want to post quick hello and want to say appriciate this good article.

  3. mikeross:

    Terrific work! This is the type of information that should be shared on fishing blogs!

  4. Hai Goring:

    Great read. Thanks for the info!

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