Mark your calendars! The ISA is sponsoring phase two of the Kankakee River Fall Clean Up as part of our participation in the Adopt-a-River program. We have adopted the three mile stretch below Warner Bridge in the heart of Kankakee River State Park. Those of you that are familiar with that part of the river know it as some of the most picturesque smallmouth water in the state.
For new members this is one of the best opportunities to meet other anglers and learn about the incredible fishing opportunities on this jewel of a river. If you are not a member of the ISA, we still welcome you to come out and help us. We have six miles of shoreline to cover and we need all the help we can get.
We have had outstanding turnouts at all of our conservation events this year. We know the fall clean up will be no exception. Show your commitment to conservation and please join us.
Saturday, September 13, 2003. Sign in 8:00-9:00 am. We will meet back for lunch which will be provided, at noon.
We will meet right near Warner Bridge canoe landing on the Route 102 side of the river.
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WHAT TO BRING:
Work Gloves, comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty and any personal items such as sun screen and insect repellent. Don't forget to bring your fishing gear.
We may also need a member or two to bring a canoe. If you can help us in that regard or would just like to come out and clean up, please let us know.
CONTACT: Eric Moller
Chicagoland Conservation Coordinator