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What man does to the most beautiful gift of nature--the river. (Also titled): How we poison our rivers.
But we guess there isn't anything can be done about it. (Subtitles): Forty dollars worth of new fishing tackle; four hundred miles by train; thirty miles by wagon; quarter mile boat carry; a four mile row; four million casts; and back.
Once a year everybody ought to get off and forget it.
Something a man never gets over. And we used to think when we got to be our own boss we'd go whenever we felt like it.
A good thing to have a man around the place after all. (Optional line): And she insisted on going out in the boat alone.
It's hard enough to have to work this hot weather without this---.
All hooks and no bait.
The water haul.
All the big captures are not necessarily on the Russian front.