So far this year, he has sent images of smallmouth bass, muskies, blue and flathead cats, walleyes, a bunch of snakeheads (mostly speared, some snagged), gizzard shad, and white perch, nearly all of which were caught inside the D.C. beltway. Also one of the year’s first mulberries, which he believes are a Pakistan mulberry hybrid. Rob characterized them as “long, skinny, very sweet and tart.” (Mulberries are full of vitamins C, E, and K1, as well as potassium, iron, and antioxidants. They’ve been used in traditional Chinese cancer remedies for centuries.) I know that we have red, white, and paper mulberries in this area. I was unaware that there were any Pakistani varieties. But if I had to bet on it, I’d have more confidence in his knowledge than mine.