Archive for month: September, 2017

September 21 2017 Nottoway Patrol

24 Sep
September 24, 2017

Ye Old Fish Shack
Spirit of Moonpie and I spent the 21st through the 23rd on the Nottoway below Delaware. Air temps ranged from 60 to 82 degrees. The river was 75 degrees, stagnant, nasty and smelled like dead fish. I picked up two pieces of trash the entire three days I was out there. There are not many rivers in Virginia where one can claim that I bet. Read more →

September 16th 2017 Blackwater Patrol

20 Sep
September 20, 2017

Sunken Schooners On The Blackwater
Spirit of Moonpie and I spent the 16th through the 18th on the Blackwater below Franklin. Air temps ranged from 60 to 82 degrees. The river was 72, clear and in good shape. I saw no water quality issues other than the cows pooping in the river. Trash on this trip was light for the Blackwater, I picked up only about a half a bag. Read more →

September 8 Nottoway Patrol

14 Sep
September 14, 2017

Chilly Willy On The Nottoway
Spirit of Moonpie and I spent the 8th through the 10th on the Nottoway below Delaware. Air temps ranged from 50 to 75 degrees. Read more →

August 2017 BNRP Meeting Minutes

14 Sep
September 14, 2017

As recorded by Curtis Newsome and Jeff Turner
The monthly BNRP meeting held at the Paul D. Camp Community College Workforce Center had
7 people in attendance. Board members and officers present were Jeff Turner, Anne Parker, Nancy Turner, Sherri Woodard, Curtis Newsome and Bobby Turner. Scott Thomson from Solenis was also present. Read more →

September 3rd Blackwater Patrol

07 Sep
September 7, 2017

Blackwater Blasted With Trash
Spirit of Moonpie and I spent the 3rd through the 5th on the Blackwater below Franklin. Air temps ranged from 59 to 86 degrees and the water was 71 degrees. The water was a little high and running like a ditch, but very clear. Read more →

August 24 Blackwater Patrol

07 Sep
September 7, 2017

Back Out To The Blackwater
Spirit of Moonpie and I spent the 24th through the 26th on the Blackwater below Franklin. Air temps ranged from 62 to 88 degrees and the water was 79 degrees. The water was still pretty stagnant and nasty. Read more →