It was the perfect day to go out fishing. We went out to one of our favorite lakes. We always catch fish there. Not today; we didn't even get a nibble. That left me time to think.
Me thinking is just a dangerous thing:
We were taught in school that thousands of years ago a glacier covered Minnesota. When the glacier formed, it pushed the land, creating lakes, hills and other landscape features common to Minnesota. As the glacier melted, the lakes filled with water.
So how did the fish get in the lakes????
There is only one way. God created! It wasn't some glacier affecting they lay of the land. God created. God placed in each of the lakes a good mix and balance of fish. Over time the DNR (Department Natural Resources) has taken over stocking and re-stocking lakes to make them into the best sport fishing possible. Maybe if we wouldn't play around with the balance the lakes wouldn't be so threatened by zebra muscles and milfoil. Just a thought.