My Son’s First Bass
My son and I headed to Lake Union this evening to fish for smallmouth bass. He had mixed feelings about going. This was most likely because his previous attempts at targeting bass (not very many times over the past several years) were skunkeroos and definitely not for lack of trying. I told him that this was going to be the day for sure. My only goal this evening was to do everything I can to help him get his first…Continue
Posted on July 5, 2012 at 8:00pm — 5 Comments
Senior Fishing Trip – Mon. 06-11-12
It didn’t seem too long ago that the group of seniors I take fishing had just wet their lines. The clear, blue skies and mild temperature in the seventies combined to make for a great day of glorious fishing. The only things we needed were to be in a great spot and to have a little bit of God’s favor shine down upon us like the sun’s rays.
Our intended spot was the immediate shore area close to the NE…Continue
Posted on June 11, 2012 at 1:00pm
Son’s First Fish of the 2012 Season
Saturday, June 2, 2012
One could not ask for a nicer day to go fishing or for a better opportunity to take someone fishing.
Objective: Help my son catch his first fish in a non-farm setting
Lake: Steel Lake
Fish Catching Potential: Pretty Darn Good
Earlier in the day, there was a fishing event for kids in which they enclosed the swimming area with a net and filled it with trout…Continue
Posted on June 2, 2012 at 2:00pm
Senior Fishing Trip To Green Lake – 05-15-12
Destination: Green Lake
Quarry: Any willing fish
Bait Arsenal: Worms, Power Bait, Artificial Lures
I had another opportunity to take some seniors fishing again, and as excited as I was, they were even more excited than I.
Fortunately, the weather forecast of sunny skies and a temperature of 75 degrees F was spot on.
We arrived at the dock at about…Continue
Posted on May 17, 2012 at 1:00pm
I was not sure if I would have the chance to fish in Mexico, but in case I did, I brought along a minimal “assortment of lures I thought were “best guesses” and universal in nature. I brought along:
1) Some of my salmon jigs, in various shades of pink, fuchsia (red) and purple
2) Some of my inline spinners
3) A variety of spoons including three Dick Nites
4) A few buzz bombs
Posted on December 23, 2011 at 12:01pm — 1 Comment