“Now you’re catching on,” Ray said.
With that, Ray and Arnie began walking to an unmarked black truck with government-issued blackwall tires.
“We’ll be back this summer when it’s warmer,” Ray said. “We’ll be tracking the spawning patterns of the crappie. We think it has something to do with municipal utilities.”
“I can understand,” I said. “I’ll be watching for you.”
Dave Kitchell is a columnist for the Pharos-Tribune. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.