Originally Posted by mrpossumtail
I had planned on working on a project in Logan WV this week but due a supplier faux pax, I ended up aborting the mission yesterday. This allowed me to take a little fishing break that I needed. Being that all of the major rivers are muddy, I opted to chase trout today even though there was some risk involved due to an ankle injury earlier in the year.
I chose a 2.75 mile wade with a 2 mi walk to
Originally Posted by mookie
I had the pleasure of fishing 3 rivers this past weekend that hold smallies.
Saturday with Tread, Luckyone 27105, Catawba, Mikesfishing and myself on the Uwharrie.
My paddle broke about 1/2 way through the 7 mile trip and I had to finish with half a paddle.
It was a fiberglass paddle and I wasnt really stressing it when it happened.
Originally Posted by Neilslure
I spent the last 3 days on Jordan lake along with the rest of the folks that live within 200 miles and have access to watercraft.
5/26- Started out on my topwater milk run and came out empty, I did pick up a dink on a crankbait along the way. Once I figured out that it wasnt gonna happen on top, I went shallow and picked up my flipping
Originally Posted by NCStateFisher
Met up with a highschool buddy this morning and to go fish some neighborhood ponds he knows just to catch up. Caught one 1.5lbs first cast and knew it was gonna be a good morning. Fished 2 hours with senkos, he had it weightless/weedless rigged I was fishing wacky. We landed 12 bass between the two of us, with one that was special...
He got his new PB Bass today, very very long fish measured in at 26",
Originally Posted by GRHawk
Fished Badin Lake from the yak yesterday morning. Absolutely beautiful morning to be on the water! Smooth like glass, and water surface temps in the upper 70's. No action on a frog in the dawn hour, but after daybreak I managed a nice hybrid while trolling a crank from one cove to the next. No pics of that one. Solid hit, but little fight. I caught a few bream in the back of a cove on a white rooster tail after that.