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  1. I saw this on the news from Texas as Thousands line up For FOOD this started in mid-March and sees no end just going to get worse. People ignore separating The story explains when this lot draws Down it rebuilds to what you see in the photo. There is no Stay at home wear Masks keep your Distance. If this is the norm now where will we be in time as far as Bankruptcy? Homeless, Carless I am not a Doomsday Nut but where are you now where do you fit in now. Happy Easter does not sound as Happy for them. God Bless keep the Faith and Hope. Think of others.
  2. I know some states have certain charities/food banks that seized fish from the DEM/DEEP are donated to, but are there organizations that accept donations directly from recreational anglers? I’d imagine there may be health/safety regulation hurdles. I bring this up because I’ve already kept enough eaters to give some to friends and family who really appreciate it and keep enough for myself. It’s all catch and release for me now. However, I’ve had several keepers get a hook in the gills, through the head, etc. which probably wouldn’t make it. When I know they won’t and they’re over 28 I’ll obviously keep it. But it would be nice to be able to donate to a local charity or soup kitchen where it will be used fresh for a good cause. Maybe local church-run operations?