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Two Local Anglers Rescued the Professor's Maps from Oblivion, and Saved a Life's Work
Cover Story by Lilace Mellin Guignard: We’ve all heard about treasure maps, but sometimes the map is the lost treasure. This is the story of a map created in 1965 by Penn State Professor Howard Higbee. After three decades of drawing 86,000 miles of streams onto a 33x55-inch map of Pennsylvania, a...
Limestone Stream Map of Pennsylvania
Limestone Stream Map of Pennsylvania Limestone streams are known for an abundance of large trout and an abundance of insect life. More insects means more food for trout, and more food means larger trout. A new map of limestone streams is based on Professor Higbee's ® Stream & Lake Map...
Limestone Stream Map of PennsylvaniaJul 13, 2021