(The Philippine Star) – October 15, 2019 – 12:00am The highest heavens belong to the Lord, but the earth he has given to mankind. — Psalm 115:16 The “big browns” are spawning in the Owyhee River — brown trout beginning their fall nesting ritual. You can see them excavating their nests in the gravelly shallows. Wise fishermen know that fish are spawning and try not to disturb them. They avoid walking on gravel bars where they might trample the eggs, or wading upstream from the nests where they might dislodge debris that can smother them. And they don’t fish for these trout, though it’s tempting to do so as they rest near their nests. These precautions are part of an ethic that governs responsible fishing. But there is a deeper and a better cause. The Scriptures stress the fact that God has given us the earth (Gen. 1:28-30). It is ours to use, but we must use it as those who love it. I muse on the work of God’s hands: a partridge calling across a canyon, a bull elk bugling up a fight, a herd of antelope far off in the distance, a brook trout and its kaleidoscopic rose moles, a mother… Read full this story
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