I wanted to post this goofy picture so I can look back years from now and remember that on October 6th of 2007 it was 89 degrees on the water and we were fishing with our shirts off getting a tan. Not to mention the awesome time the 9 of us buddies shared on the water that evening. It was picture perfect, we had two boats (mine and Dusty's) and we filled 9 of us in them. The list of friends included Dusty, Wags, Miky, Jeremy, Vans, Whorl, Scotty, Nate, and myself. We slayed a pile of above average Bluegills and Crappies for the local landowners that let us hunt their property throughout the season. That was our goal and we accomplished it to the fullest. Thanks boys!
While I haven't been out putting any beasts in the boat the last couple of days, I want to share with you what some of my readers have sent me, and what has been happening on the "big pond" up north. My tourney partner and good friend Mike has been continuing his streak of giants this year, and has some real hawgs to show for it. Kent landed this 52.5 incher the other evening and they also tied into a couple of others. Man they some fat fish on that lake this time of the year. The story behind the 52.5 was awesome! This fish chased the bait on the figure 8 for several turns before it latched on and went airborn with a foot of line out. If that doesn't give you a heart attack, then I don't know what will.Also, You just have to be the happiest man in the world when you get to hold a fatty like this one. I was sent this pic a few days ago from a past guest in my boat. His co-worker was up on the "big pond" also and got himself one heck of a hawg. Just look at the belly on that beast. Another giant that this lake has been known for over the past several years. Very, very cool guys! Keep up the good work! More pics and stories coming soon.....Who wants to be in them???