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Put simply, to catch chub until June 16 is a crime against nature and criminal within the law.You might argue I am similarly culpable on moral, if not legal, grounds for fishing for tench in May. Only one tench out of the 150 or so I’ve seen over the last few weeks has carried much in the way of spawn, probably because of the very cold spring that we are experiencing.He literally has nothing to lose but potentially a healthier, happier life to gain.Charlies condition is caused by a disruption in the mitochondria, the part of the cell that provides energy to his muscles, kidneys and brain.It’s not the people who are the important part of this scenario, it is the fish.Chub are especially vulnerable for the next few weeks on our low, clear rivers.They are easy to spot and, I dare say, uniquely easy to catch.However, they are in that extremely fragile spawning condition which the protective closed river season is in place for.
We took him into hospital at 8 weeks old and none of us have been anywhere near home since.
Yates was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Michael and Susan Williams.
At a young age, he already exhibited disturbing behavior, having killed numerous animals and set the basement of his home on fire.
It hasn't been tried on anyone with his gene before (he's only number 16 in the world ever reported) but it's had success with another mitochondrial depletion syndrome called TK2 which is similar - it's helping children to get their strength back and live longer!
We strongly feel as his parents that Charlie should get a chance to try these medications.