This is actually not a very funny moment, but it is good that we are able to laugh about it and I am not hurt that bad. It was my first time being hooked, and John Daniels first time hooking, so technically it is a first time Trophy Encounter for the both of us. Let's just say that I was walking in the wrong part of the dock for JD's casting ability. Fortunately for myself, I was wearing sunglasses and the hook buried itself in only skin and not my eyeball. Just a reminder of how accidents can happen and nobody really plans on them. Other than that catch, we didn't do any fishing when we were up at the cabin, so I don't have any other trophies to report on. A couple of hours at the local Onamia Hospital, and we were back to the cabin to continue our relaxation for the weekend. Trust Me! I won't let JD forget about this any time soon! I told him that the next time we go fishing together, it will be from seperate boats.....and on seperate lakes!!!
This is an impressive picture for me to post, because early last week I got a call from a friend that I haven't been fishing with in about 8 years. We chatted a little about life and fishing, and he heard that I do a little musky fishing from time to time, and was looking for a little info. I recommended a couple of baits and tactics, and before I knew it, my phone was ringing again with a very excited fisherman saying that it worked, and he landed his first musky ever on his first outing for them. I am very happy for this great guy and wanted to show you a picture of his great catch out of White Bear lake. I can only imagine that this won't be the last musky picture I will be seeing from Mr. Tom Dobbins. Well Done Dude! Until next time Y'all. Keep on livin the Dream!