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On Friday, March 27, agriculture students from Central Academy Middle School and James River High School brought small fry trout grown in the classrooms to Roaring Run in Northern Botetourt for release.
A Mountain Home Girl Scout troop and Trout Unlimited teamed up to plant 3,300 trees and shrubs near the South Fork of the Boise River Saturday, according to Pam Harrington, spokesperson for Trout Unlimited, a conservation organization.
Called a “gentlemen’s hatch” because it comes off from late morning through mid-afternoon, and even a bit later even on days warmer than normal, Hendricksons and red quills are ideal flies for trout from mid-April through mid-May.
Michael Lenetsky of Ithaca, the vice president of the Leon Chandler chapter of Trout Unlimited, pointed to 2-year-old Kate Nash of Ithaca, who was getting a lesson in tying a fly from her uncle, Colin Nash of Wolcott, and said, "That's why we do t
MORRISTOWN – Mateo Conde, Zachary Goldstien and Max Hamilton were among about 50 volunteers who helped beautify the portion of the Whippany River bed that flows behind Bethel A.M.E. Church on Spring Street.
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