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January 24, 2007
Been a while since my last
report. Not much going on with all of the bad weather we have been
having over the last 10 days. It was shocking not to see the sun in
that many days. Today the weather is sunny, but still a little brisk
out, with a north wind. More rain is in the forecast for the
weekend, so I am not sure how much fishing we will be able to do
over the next week. Hopefully the summer will get here soon. Here
are a few pictures of a recent trip and swamp tour with the McMurdie
family . Check out the prehistoric catfish.
January 9 -
John and Larry had fished with me last January and were back to try
their luck again. John has a dairy farm with 900 cows, boy that's a
lot of cows. Day one was Tuesday, a lot of riding around for a dozen
or so fish. Day two started off slow but we managed to find some
fish around 11am and left them biting. Day three turned out to be
our best day returning to where we had left them yesterday , 60 plus
trout and 3 reds with 40 keepers. Conditions : cold and windy the
first two days with much improvement today. Bait glow beetle`s under
a cork and today's hot bait, a smoke and Char/tail grub on the
January 5 -
8, 2007 - Beth, Joe
and John with mess of trout for dinner. It was just a short
Saturday afternoon trip. Beth and John had fished with me this time
last year and once again John wanted a fishing trip for his
birthday. All fish were caught using glow beetle`s under a cork.
Capt. Joe, Capt. Mike and Capt. Bobby had a bachelor party out at
11:30, 90 plus trout for the three boats . I also fished Jack Read
and his grandson Partick in the morning, 25 trout was our catch in
the AM. Glow beetle's under a cork. Weather: cloudy, foggy and wet.
I have a busy week coming up, hopefully we will have some nice
weather. If the party from the bachelor party has some pics, please
send them to
email@example.com . I will try to get the other
parties pics posted soon. Had a weird format, and had trouble
December 30, 2006 - Once
again I am playing catch up with these reports. With the rut going
on at this time I am trying to spend as much time as I can in the
woods. Here are a few trips from the end of last week. Capt. Mike
had the Hackdarth`s on Wednesday, Karen and Wilson Liptrap on
Thursday and I had The Crutchfield`s Wednesday and Thursday.
Wednesday the only thing we caught was redfish, but Thursday with a
little warmer weather the trout turned on. 25 reds Wednesday, 53
trout Thursday between both boats. Beetle's with a shrimp chaser for
the reds and glow beetle's under a cork for the trout.
December 28 - 29, 2006 - Bob
Crutchfield and his son joined me the last 2 days. The trout bite
was nowhere to be found the first day, but we did manage 18 or 20
reds. Here's bob with one of the bronze beauties we caught
yesterday. Beetle's with a shrimp chaser was the ticket yesterday.
Conditions: Near freezing temps, ok water clarity, sunny skies.
Today was day 2 with this party. We hit the trout early, keeping
over 25, then the trout just turned off. The wind began to blow as
we started trolling the banks in search of some reds. Ended the day
with a really nice box of fish. Fun group to fish.
December 21 - 27, 2006 - The
Gusich party and the Morgan party all fished with Capt. Kevin and I
over the weekend . Here are a few pictures of their catches. With
hunting season in full swing I am trying to get caught up on some of
these reports. Saturday was very tough fishing after the passage of
a cold front the night before. After a couple hours of bouncing from
spot to spot, we ended up right where we started. The bite came at
about 11am after the wind decided to lay down, and temps warmed up a
bit. The Gusich party ended the day catching about 50 fish total
keeping 35, and the Morgan party caught 45 or so keeping 28. Good
results for a bad weather day.
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