Vol XVI # 037 – Gully

Report #5512 Photo: LR_5-5-16

LR 05-05-2016

6:00 am ~ 36° ~ Partly Cloudy ~ Wind: North at 8 mph~ Humidity:81%
Sunrise is at 6:26 am ~ Ave. Low is 38° ~ Record Low is 25° (1992)
3:30 pm ~ 52° ~ Sunny ~ Wind: Northwest at 9 mph ~ humidity: 60%
Sunset is at 8:54 pm ~ Ave. High is 62° ~ Record High is 83° (2000
Moonphase: Waning Crescent ~ Pressure: 30.03 in ~ Dew Point: 39° ~ Visibility: 8 Miles
Daylight: 14 Hrs  28 Mns
Forecast for 5/6/16 – Partly Cloudy –  High: 67° – Low: 47°

Vol XVI # 036 - A Windy Day
Vol XVI # 038 - A Nice Day in May


In spite of the fact that yesterday was a cold and damp, we needed the rain.  Today on the other hand is sunny and not as chilly, is one fine day in May.  Lots of Gull activity due to the adding live fish to the river a few days ago.  Long time ago there were gulls all over Fishtown because of the fish guts being dumped in the river, which is no longer done for obvious reasons.    



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Joan seibenick
Joan seibenick
4 years ago

Thanks for including us in your daily report!

4 years ago

H’mmm-added fish to the river??? Can someone further explain this, please?

Jim Burnham
4 years ago
Reply to  Gabby

The DNR stocked Lake Michigan with Brown Trout. 35,000 according to their database. The river is one of the locations they stocked. This article except does a pretty good job of explaining why: https://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,1607,7-153-10364_52259_10951_11244-202063–,00.html#44-2

Dick, in Rankin
4 years ago
Reply to  Jim Burnham

Now that is one heck of a lot of reading, but thanks Jim.

4 years ago
Reply to  Jim Burnham

“Thanks Jim” You all never let us down!