This year I had help at the Clinton River Watershed Counsel’s STONEFLY SEARCH. Fellow club member Eric Zasacky joined me on January 22nd slogging around in the river looking for Stonefly Larva. Our search was hampered by the amount of ice covering our part of the Clinton River. It has been very cold for weeks at a time, which is great for ice fishing, but not so much for looking for water bugs. We did not find any again this year, but there was an abundance of other types of aquatic larva found. We had a good time, shared some knowledge about the river and didn’t die so I consider the morning a success. We also enjoyed a visit from one of our local DNR Conservation Officers Danielle Zubek who stopped to see that first, there was nothing wrong, second that we were both safe, and then third, jokingly questioned our sanity. I do have to agree, it is a bit nuts….. The report will be posted on the OCSC website when it is available.