The Killing Fieldsby Captain Jim Barr on 04/14/12
In Rhode Island when there's a two inch snow storm forecasted, there are lines of cars waiting to fuel up and market shelves are devoid of bread and milk.
On Opening Day of trout season- something similar occurs. Walmart sells out of lawn chairs, Dunkin Donuts has no coffee, cigarettes are hard to find, there's trash on the water and most of the crows normally squawking in the trees are on the Rhode Island lake shores and stream banks feasting on trout guts.
Rhode Island's version of "The Killing Fields".