Do you love big bluegill?
I always leave with more than I bring. It nothing to see bait containers, beer cans, and pop cans, towels, and clothing items in the water either floating or sunk. I try to retrieve all that I can but some time the junk might be in deeper water where I can't get it. If everyone took pride in our waterways and took out what they brought in the lake would be a more wonderful place. But that being only the tip of the ice burg what we can see. We have factory run offs, pesticides, and fertilizes and who know all we can't see but with our laws it is slowly improving.
a watershed that i fish is being treated the same way; sunday when i was there i seen cans, worm cans, trash bags and everything else you can imagine laying in the edges of the water and on the banks too. really pisses me off, and the place i'm talking about is maintained by the wildlife people. This is the main reason nobody wants people hunting or fishing on there property anymore. I would have a sit down with the owner and talk to him and even get his permission to tell people that are there without permission to hit the road!! Good luck.