12-20-2009, 04:03 AM
Re: whats a good distance
I like that! Bucket biologists, got a degree in the sand box and moved on!
This is a very human trait, leave nothing unturned. An important moment in Sapien development is, when you find something, or somewhere very cool, and don't feel the need to mess with it, or tell anyone.
(Or publish an article with a photo, GPS coordinates and an upcoming guide book)
Not out of greed or jealousy, or spite , or pride, ownership, or whatever.)
Just because, it's fine as it is.
Jeez, another rant.
PS. A Smallmouth, raised at the top of the watershed in snow melt, is tasty on the Barby. I suggest a Dijon/pepper/butter glaze, and I've been a catch and release guy for a looong time.
The several million dollar F&G (Most costly) campaign against the Pi_e was not pretty. Two attempts were required. Can't say if a bucket was involved between their attempts at the problem. More hubbub than a world class Trout fishery deserves.
I remember casting a snail I tyed at lunch, to a football "literally" sized pig. (He was making piggy noises!).
"Standing in a stream fishing isn't reality avoidance,
more like a shortcut to reality."
Last edited by Bigfly; 12-20-2009 at 12:51 PM.