By Dave Keane
Monofilament Fishing Line Recycling
Fishing line that is left along waterways is hazardous to fish, birds, turtles and other wildlife.
There are three fishing line recycling containers along Catoctin Creek. Unfortunately these containers end up littered with everything but fishing line.
We kindly request that when you plan a trip to our “Home Waters” bring a bag and let’s keep these containers free of trash. For more information, please visit the Boat U.S. Foundation at www.boatus.org/monofilament/
2019 “Project Clean Stream” Event
What: PVFF “Home Waters” Clean Up
When: Saturday, April 6, 2019
Where: Catoctin Creek Nature Center – Middletown, MD
Stream: Catoctin Creek
Our Club will once again be cleaning up our “Home Waters” and supporting “Project Clean Stream”.
Finally, last month our Club gathered to watch a documentary on Joe Brooks. If you missed the Meeting, I encourage you to rent the film on your own, you won’t be sorry!
In that same light, below is a link to yet another documentary on Fly-fishing icon, Joe Humphreys. This film was brought to my attention by my sister in-law who attended Penn State. Please visit www.livethestreamfilm.com/