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1.) Take The Fly - 04/27/2013
This is as much a hunting issue as it is a fishing issue. In the Commonwealth of Virginia, today, no one knows who owns the beds of our navigable rivers. Hunters can be sued for anchoring duck decoys on public navigable rivers in Virginia. It is scary stuff. I need all the help I can get to keep the fight going at the General Assembly level. Please visit my site [url]www.virginiariversdefensefund.org[/url] and make a tax deductible donation so that we might continue our fight to keep Virginiaís navigable rivers open for use by hunters, fishermen and paddlers. If we canít anchor our duck decoys or wade-fish or pull our canoe up on a rock for lunch in our navigable rivers, then we will lose our constitutional right and our sporting heritage in this state.