Monday evening Belinda & I were sitting under the picnic table umbrella admiring the wash job she had just finished on my boat.
I looked at her and cocked an eyebrow. She followed up and stated "When you take me fishing here, we always boat some Big Fork Slabs,
And that's what I want you to do to pay me back for cleaning all the crappie slime out of your boat!"
I quickly got a mental picture of this past months trips and knew I had my work cut out for me!7-3
I took Red Snappa out and after we set out 2 of my PVC condos, we started fishing........We struggled all day to boat 6 keepers! 7-4
I took Eric out and had almost the same results - 8 keepers!!!! 7-9
I had David Goodson out with me....It was a very slow, but productive morning. It didn't help that gale force winds were blowing either!!!
The wind was blowing so hard, I actually tied up to 2 trees!!!
At 1 point, I looked up into the sky and yelled "Is that ALL you got!"
A wave crashed over the front of my boat shortly afterwards
David kept saying that he was a jinx and the slow fishing and wind was because he made the trip to fish with me
About that time, David set the hook on his 1st keeper
That afternoon, the wind subsided some and the bite got fast & furious
The last place we fished was AWESOME!!!
After pulling several quality fish up, both of us set the hook at the same time
The picture doesn't do the fish justice and David's was actually larger - double selfie!
David's last fish was the largest of the day - 1.94#
Although we didn't keep count, we both agreed that the day was a success 7-14
I had the pleasure of taking Bill Carr out
The fishing was slow, but we both caught some nice fish and had a load of fun!
We also checked my PVC and caught a few small crappie and a 3 1/2# bass
I'm pretty sure that Mr. Carr took both the smallest & largest honors