Originally Posted by Fish Whisperer
I've taken my 3 yr old son bank fishing twice since he turned 3 back in April. The "bait" for this trip was for him to demonstrate limited fear of water and swimming ability with a life jacket on. He passed that test a few weeks ago at the neighbor's pool so it was time to give it a go in the canoe.
After tossing down some cinnamon rolls this morning
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
wow ! what a day , my buddy ,CHICK, 83 YEARS YOUNG , AND I SET A RECORD WITH 107 FLOUNDER TODAY , MOST ON GULP SHRIMP AND POGY'S . THESE 2 WERE 18 AND 19 INCHES . ALSO CAUGHT A FEW TROUT AND PUPPY DRUM . A DARK CLOUD APPEARED AT 12 NOON AND WE HEADED TO THE BOAT RAMP , TOTAL FISHING TIME WAS 5 HOURS . I'M READY TO GO BACK LOL
Originally Posted by h2ohhh
Headed up into beautiful Mitchell County this past weekend to escape the heat of the lowlands and get back to my roots which is stream fishing for trout. Went with my friend Lloyd who at 73 years old is amazing. He can still scramble around boulder infested streams like a billy goat and hung with me all day long. We fished a small tributary with rapid drops (read 'tough to access) and beautiful pools near the
Originally Posted by seapropie
Went out late this afternoon to see if the school I found on Saturday was still around. Got a keeper on the first cast. Caught 7 underslots before I got another keeper. Also lost two keepers. One keeper was on live shrimp and the other on a peanut pogey. Both under popping corks. My 20 month old is getting better at hanging out while Daddy gets to fish.
Originally Posted by Linesider2
I finally made it out this weekend to look for the old drum and was able to get two during the weekend. Me and a buddy went out early in the morning Saturday and Sunday. We only landed one each morning and I was lucky enough to land both. I'm sure he'll catch them all next time! These two are only the second and third I've caught. I've been looking forward to this time since I caught my first big-un two years