Scoped out some promising-looking water.
And almost immediately pulled in one of these.
Best keep at it. Daylight’s a-wastin’!
Cool to be able to see the bottom in 10’ and look at these trees. Incredible!
I kept hanging up in the trees and I forgot by little retriever. The big monster just broke my 6 lbs. line. So I left a few pounds of 1/8 and 1/4 ounce jig heads and grubs in the sub aquatic forests. But there were enough of these guys to lessen the pain.
Sure doesn’t look like a smallmouth to me. And in fact, not a single smallie was boated by me. Just a few more of these guys.
And I spotted some chupacabra poo.
And I saw a magnificent Brown Boobie flying around! Never seen one outside of Florida. Heh. Boobie. Here’s a lousy photo of it. It’s dead center in the sky. Bigfoot quality photo I know! National Geographic won’t be calling me any time soon.
Two ladies in sit-in kayaks got a boat ride back to the launch because they had capsized when a speedboat zipped by too close. The one almost drowned but both had PFD’s on and were ok despite the 62 degree water. No UFO’s were seen by me either and it’s not for lack of gazing at the sky, so don’t think that! On the drive out, some of the friendly locals came out to see me off.
I’ll come back soon to see if I can put some brown bass on my hooks. Happy first day of winter, TKF!
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