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Discussion in 'Chesapeake Flyway Forum' started by pamungus, Jan 2, 2012.
I'm not so sure either, seeing as how they wouldn't make it too far out of the headwaters in many of the Bay's tribs. However, that's where the pollution is.
In life, I believe there is such a thing as a "good problem to have." One that by its mere existence, means "things ain't so bad."
"Water so free of algae (and thus, nitrogen and phosphorus) that the fish can't live" would be classified as a "good problem" to have........and it's highly unlikely it would ever, ever, ever happen in the Ches Bay.
as stated i dont eat oysters clams or muscles...kinda like i wont eat the eggs from the wifes chickens = they are gross and turn my stomach just thinking about them.
How about octopuses?
only fresh as soon as it comes out of the.........................................
Wouldn't that be Octo-pie?
Yet your screen name refers to what?
touche touche strong work sir!
Im curious as to what "water conditions" or lack of, we're trying to save in the upper bay. You cant even swim without getting an infection.......seriously, what are we trying to hold on to and how could this mussles make it worse?
i had rock fish schooling and brakeing the serface everyday this week while duck hunting so the water has something to offer but im with you when the grass and sav is covered in silt im thinking it cant get much worse