Our health is directly dependent on a healthy bay. CBF along with MD DNR conservation efforts, reef restoration projects etc has greatly enhanced our bay's health plus has been positive supporting the recent higher levels of oyster reproduction and lower mortality. I'm purdy much spoiled as I only eat those sweet/clean Chincoteague Salt ersters!!
Post by timberdoodle on May 21, 2020 15:02:57 GMT -5
No sir My beagle running buddy moved to Accomack Co. in March, He's in Mappville just a bit North of you. Got off the phone with him a short time ago and he said the county is loaded with Covid especially in the chicken processing plants. His daughter is an RN and son in law an emergency room physician, did his residency in Elmira NY.
Thanks. My fishing buddy has been down since Saturday. 30-40 mph winds last 3 days with heavy rain tomorrow forecast. The offshore hurricane is skirting eastern shore producing flooding tides along with bad chop making fishing virtually impossible. Looks favorable next week once this blows out..
Post by timberdoodle on May 21, 2020 15:28:29 GMT -5
That's what he said extremely windy the past few days. He lived up here at the base of a hill and missed the wind I got and laughed. Karma. No wind breaks for him now. Anyway he said the county population is about 38 K and over 1000 cases so about 1 in 30 are infected.
Stick with Sullivan for awhile, if it's crabs your after maybe someone could introduce you to a provider
Timber..... didn’t you hear the latest that this coronavirus is primarily a nursing home kinda thing and I hope not to spend any time there while fishing!! Those reports of them Purdue etc chicken plants breaking out with massive infections ....likely just that fake news to scare folks up!! Just stay away from dem nursing homes and you will be honkydory 😁
Won't be long Muab!! Are you & your son planning to hit Cape May this summer looking for them toothy critters??
Yep. We'll be in Cape May in July for a few days going for browns and sand tigers... Looking forward to it.
Great Muab!! The Mrs just loves visiting those Cape May quaint shops!! I know over the years ole Loggy put in quite a few hours on those benches outside for sure!! We used to vacation in Stone Harbor and always make a side trip to Cape May.