Archive for category: Riverkeeper Report

October 6th Through The 8th Blackwater Trip

09 Oct
October 9, 2008

Moonpie, Freezing Deer & I spent the 6th through the 8th on Blackwater below the VDGIF ramp on Rt. 603 the Steel Bridge.
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September 19th through the 21st Nottoway Trip

21 Sep
September 21, 2008

Moonpie & I spent the 19th through the 21st on the Nottoway at Cypress Bridge.
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August 16th through the 18th Nottoway Trip

19 Aug
August 19, 2008

Moonpie, Freezing Deer and I spent the 16th through the 18th on the Nottoway below Delaware.
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July 11th Thru The 13th Blackwater Trip

16 Jul
July 16, 2008

Moonpie & I spent the 11th through the 13th on the Blackwater below Franklin patrolling all that is ours.
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April 10th through the 12th Nottoway Trip

14 Apr
April 14, 2008

Moonpie and I spent the 10th through the 12th on the Nottoway below Delaware.
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March 17th through the 19th Nottoway Trip

20 Mar
March 20, 2008

Moonpie and I spent the 17th through the 19th on the Nottoway around Courtland. The water was high at 8.71 on the USGS gage, colored and 54 degrees. Air temps ranged from 28 to 65 degrees.
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March 9th through 11th Blackwater Trip

12 Mar
March 12, 2008

Moonpie and I spent the 9th through the 11th on the Blackwater below Franklin. The water was fast, colored, high and 51 degrees. Air temps ranged from 30 degrees to 60. It was a perfect weather trip.
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March 1st Through 3rd Nottoway Trip

04 Mar
March 4, 2008

Moonpie & I spent the 1st through the 3rd on the Nottoway below Delaware. The water was low, fast and 47 degrees. Air temps ranged from 25 to 60.
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February 19 through the 21st Blackwater Trip

24 Feb
February 24, 2008

Moonpie & I spent the 19th through the 21st on the Blackwater below Franklin.

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February 2nd through the 4th Blackwater Trip

09 Feb
February 9, 2008

Moonpie & I spent the 2nd through the 4th on the Blackwater below the Steel Bridge. The water was a little murky from the rain, 45 degrees and rising at 6.00 ft. on the USGS gage.

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