If You're Too Busy To Go Fishing—You're Too Busy
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 3 Apr 1952, p. 315-329


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If You're Too Busy To Go Fishing—You're Too Busy


Some introductory remarks, then a description of the speaker's job. Some personal reminiscences and anecdotes. Conservation and what that term means. How conservation applies to each of us in the matter of health and proper care to assure that you will have the maximum of content and happiness for the longest time. Modern wildlife management as 5% wildlife management and 95% managing wild people. The success programme of the propagation of muskies. Some fishing stories. An example of our indifference and neglect in the condition of the trout streams in southern Ontario. The long time required to correct such conditions. A parallel story in our own lives. An analogy of trout streams to our own bodies. A pleasant prescription. Responsibility implied in democracy. Conservation of natural resources our responsibility, conservation of health our business.