“I got something big, I think,” yells Jacob Parr Friday afternoon.
On a bridge above the Nansemond River in Suffolk, Parr and his friends are ready to attract.
“How are ya doing today, Dan?” Parr asks as he reels in his rope. “You never know what’s down there.”
Each toss is full of anticipation.
“I just stuck to something. OK, let’s see,” Parr says.
What he is doing is part treasure hunting, part sport and part environmentalism.
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