Don't mean to complain, but my right arm is very sore. Problem seems to stem from all the casting and especially pulling in all those bluefish over the past several weeks. Hurts so much I can hardly raise a beer to mouth with the right hand. I'm sure the problem would be significantly alleviated if the arm were exercised in that manner a sufficient number of times...but then the pain would return the next morning...in more ways than one.
The pain is actually going to keep me from fishing for a while. Still able to drive the boat, though, and we have firends and family arriving starting on Sunday, so we'll hope to have fishing reports despite ailing bicep.
More about the soon-to-arrive friends and family in coming posts.
Problem is, if they keep moving these boxes around in the back of their pickup, how's USPS gonna find them?
Not unusual. Family members who were at our reunion a few years ago will remember the gull taking a hot dog right off one of the kids' plates at the Lobster Shack at Twin Lights...Maine.
• Meanwhile, in other news...
• “What Do Fertilizer, Omega-3 Pills, and Pig Feed Have in Common? A Fish”
|“Millions of pounds of menhaden are fished from the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico by a single company based in Houston, Texas, with a benign-sounding name: Omega Protein. |
”These component parts become chemical inputs in aquaculture, industrial livestock, and vegetable growing. The oil- and protein-rich meal becomes animal feed. The micronutrients become crop fertilizer.”
• Fly Casting Into the Wind
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