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July 2003

Batesville & Mountain View

Batesville and Mountain View

The White River near the Batesville area has been real muddy and fishing has slowed, except for catfish.  There have been some good reports of nice stringers of catfish being caught below Lock #2 on grubs and worms.  Most of the fish have been caught near the mouth of the creeks and springs that run into the river.

KEEP PICNIC FOOD COLD; STORE PROMPTLY

A Fourth of July picnic can turn from summery fun to seriously poisonous if

you leave your food out for too long or store it improperly.  Keep a few basic rules in mind to prevent food poisoning from cramping – literally – your h oliday fun: • Separate fresh foods like lettuce, tomatoes and condiments from boxed and canned foods.  Keep them in a cooler and serve them when you are ready to eat. • Refrigerate cold food until the last minute.  Pack your picnic basket just before you walk out the door.

Keep hot foods hotter than 140 degrees and cold foods colder than 40 degrees, or else bacteria can contaminate the food.  Under the right conditions, bacteria can double every 20 to 30 minutes.

Defrost meat for grilling in the refrigerator – never on the counter.

Refrigerate or freeze prepared foods, leftovers or perishables within two hours after preparation, or after one hour if the temperature is higher than 90 degrees.


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