Hydrilla Invades Indian Lake is terrible news so we have information to help you identify Hydrilla and prevent its movement to other waters.
Steven Hawley’s “Cracked The Future of Dams In A Hot, Chaotic World” chronicles our dam building history and how it’s time to free our rivers. Every page is a gift if you care about wild waters, trickling tributaries or appreciating nature left in peace.
April calls river herring, northern pike and volunteers to shallow waters. Gather by a herring run to see the miracle of migration then pack lots of shiny spoons for big Spring pike action as they head in to spawn and attack anything approaching their young. Oh there’s lots of action this month in skinny waters.
This month, we all lean a little west, looking for dark grey fins, small swirls, or flocks of black-tipped gulls tipping us off to striped bass movements east and north. Locals have their favorite spots so why not use their favorite lures? This month, go local for spring stripers with advice from the best local sources.