by Anna Bauman, Detroit Free Press

Fish are not the only bottom-dwellers in the Detroit River.

Instead of hooking bass or crappie, a father and son duo are netting a different kind of catch: trash.

Tom Nardone about a year ago founded Trash Fishing, a group that scours the shorelines and depths of the Detroit River for garbage in an effort to combine volunteering and fun.

“It’s kind of like regular fishing, except you’d catch three things in an hour,” Nardone said. “If you go trash fishing, you catch 300 things in an hour.”

Everything from the mundane to the extravagant lurks beneath the surface, one swipe of a grabber tool away.

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