I live in Lambertville, NJ, a small town on the Delaware River. There is one family who still have netting rights since they have not missed a Shad season in ~110 years. It is a great place to shoot in late-March, and April. Here are a couple of images from Lewis Island. The window is the shed where they bring the Shad to weigh, clean and sell the fish. No game fish can be kept so trout, bass, turtles, etc. get tossed back. Occasionally, they have chefs who buy carp and catfish, but the haul is usually Shad. This is my first upload of photos. I'd like some advice on how to square up the window on the right side of the image. Thanks
edit - I notice that the window appears redder when I post it and the other image is a bit too dark. Any ideas?