Tuesday, July 30, 2013
I Refuse To Eat The Fish I Catch In Fort Worth's Fosdick Lake
I was standing on Fosdick Dam, looking south across Fosdick Lake, when I zoomed in to take a picture of the bucolic fishing scene you see here.
A crowd of spectators, in the form of humans and ducks, were spectating the fishing.
I've never enjoyed fishing. Even though the fishing gene runs strong in my relatives, like Spencer Jack's Uncle Joey.
Joey catches fish he can eat, caught in water that is not polluted.
One is advised not to eat the fish one catches in Fosdick Lake.
I would think that a town that felt compelled to post such warnings about fish caught in the town's water would be motivated to clean up the town's dirty water to make the fish safe to eat.
The town of Bedford has a stocked fishing lake in Chisholm Park that is quite popular.
Bedford is only a few miles from Fort Worth.
Maybe Fort Worth could send a study group to Bedford to find out how it is that Bedford has a lake from which one can consume the fish one catches.