An afternoon being taught fly fishing on Lake Taneycomo. After several hours of practice - do I look like a fly fisherman yet? [6 Pictures]
No fish at all today. I tried all these tasty looking lures and more besides – including the (almost) always successful Crawdad lure. I didn’t even get a nibble. The fish were obviously elsewhere doing fishy things that precluded them... Continue Reading →
The Fall color has really come along the past couple of weeks. You can see the rest of today’s pictures here.
Working for yourself has its disadvantages and advantages. Seven day weeks and long hours are a couple of the disadvantages. One of the advantages is that when a friend asks if I want to go fishing, with a bit of... Continue Reading →
I was hoping for another really stunning sunset, it wasn’t to be. It was pretty but not a really knock you off your feet affair. I was also hoping to catch some fish, and that wasn’t to be either…I had... Continue Reading →
It’s been nearly a year since Tom and I last went fishing… So, I was pleased when I got the text asking if I was able to fit in some time on the lake. Tom must have been feeling generous... Continue Reading →
Time to sort out my fishing gear and clean and lube the reels. I’m going fishing.
Today looked like being the last nice day for a while so we took Lanie out fishing on the James River.
Today we relaxed at Ginger’s parents I relaxed so much I spent a good part of the afternoon fast asleep sitting on the porch of the guest house. This morning Lanie decided she wanted to go fishing in the creek.... Continue Reading →
Today I went fishing with Tom on Table Rock Lake. Tom took me out on his boat fishing today, and just for a change, I out-fished him, five fish to four. We put in at Cape Fair (which I prefer... Continue Reading →
We decided to make the most of the nice weather and packed the van the previous night, got up extra early and loaded the Kayaks on the van before the school run. We were on the lake by 9.30am. We... Continue Reading →
Friday night I had my first opportunity to try out night fishing. Tom invited me to go night fishing with him on Stockton Lake. Just before four pm we set off with Tom’s boat in tow for the fifty odd mile drive to Stockton.
Sunrise on Table Rock Lake. We were up early and ventured down to the lakeside to see the sunrise.
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