They will advise the TU chapters of how to construct this project so that it will withstand flows of up to 20,000 cubic feet per second. If the project proves to be successful, this type of work will be done on both the Beaverkill and Willowemoc. Hopefully, all TU chapters whose members fish Catskill Rivers will become involved in Friends of Catskill Waters.
This column seems to be read by some very unexpected people. In the “Hardy Brothers Cup Competition” article, I inadvertently offended a citizen of the United Kingdom. I had stated that the rod built to commemorate Hardy Brothers winning the 1911 C. C. de France casting competition had been built by Tom Moran. A Mr. Callum Gladstone also was involved in building this rod. My column failed to give Mr. Gladstone the credit he was due. I hereby sincerely apologize to Callum Gladstone. Thus, hopefully avoiding an international incident.