For those of you stuck at work...here's a little fishing scenery to hold you over. I recently moved to a new facility for my job and found myself with a little extra time at lunch. I spent the first week's lunch hour's (yep a full hour for me now) scouting out the area. I'm near Easton and the last thing I wanted to do was spend my lunches near that kind of hussle n bussle. I found a cozy little park that takes me about 6 minutes to drive to/from that borders Alum Creek. It has some beautiful scenery even being as close to Easton as it is. There are ducks and geese all over the river and the goslings are in tow of mom and dad now. It is great to take a break from work and spend a little time with nature. The fishing has been tough. I've seen good numbers of carp and tons of little baitfish, but I was really hoping to see good numbers of smallies. After learning to fish the water the old fashioned way (without using the internet too much ) I've been able to locate great pools and drifts and have identified that there are carp, rockbass, blue gill, sunfish, smallies, large mouths, and norther hogback suckers in the little stretch that I fish each day. Unfortunately, I haven't had the camera with me when I've caught the fish. I don't feel great about leaving it in the truck now with the warmer weather while I'm working. I'll try to get some pictures for you guys sometime soon. In the meantime, hope you can all wet a line soon. And when you do, please share for those of us who don't get the chance too often!