Written by: Phil Monahan
This week, I interview Justin Lewis, fisheries scientist and native of Grand Bahama Island, who is The Bahamas Initiative Manager for Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT). You’ll learn some fascinating science, what The Bahamas is doing to protect their near-pristine habitat, and some tips on catching bonefish based on the science we’ve learned from BTT’s research. (Note: This does not involve using tracking data to help anglers find fish.)
In the fly box, we talk about storing waders, head cement, swinging flies, coiling line, where to attach droppers, fishing PCB-contaminated waters, indicator types, wet-knot strength in tippet, and how to keep dry flies floating upright. Plus we have a couple great tips submitted by listeners. CLICK HERE to listen
So not only do low income Flint residents technically pay more for Michigan water than Nestle, but now they’re also forced to buy bottled water from Nestle to stay alive. Flint residents are in the deplorable position of being forced to buy Michigan water from two different parties.
The Nestle bottling plant itself is a hated institution in Mecosta County. As if getting water for free wasn’t enough, the corporation greedily pumped at a rate of 400 gallons a minute, destroying the local environment. Grassroots organization Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation (MCWC) sued Nestle, who bitterly fought the local group for years.
Read the full story:usuncut.com