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Son and I #12361572
07/27/17 10:20 PM
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Son and I went out on one of the ponds we used to frequent, but this time on the new yak. Caught a handful of bluegills in about an hour before the sun went down. Good times!


Bless the Lord, O my soul,
and all that is within me,
bless His Holy Name!
Re: Son and I [Re: jagg] #12361582
07/27/17 10:24 PM
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It just don't get any better! Lifetime Memories that are PRICELESS! bow_down




Side Note: Those are some nice Bluegill! thumb




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Re: Son and I [Re: jagg] #12361634
07/27/17 11:12 PM
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Those pics are great and in a short time looking back-priceless.
Doe's me good knowing that the young'uns can still have fun with Dad on the water and especially in a yak.
Well Done Dad and thanks for sharing.


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Re: Son and I [Re: jagg] #12361959
07/28/17 03:17 AM
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Re: Son and I [Re: jagg] #12362247
07/28/17 01:10 PM
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Great stuff Jagg. No doubt that spending a day on the yak was a great new adventure for y'all. Now y'all can reach new areas with big fish and few people.

Did you buy that young man a fly rod yet?

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Thats awesome Jagg. Some of my early memories are of me and my Stepdad fishing. I was hooked on fishing from the start. It's a great way to see the world and appreciate nature. smile


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Totally AWESOME.

Re: Son and I [Re: jagg] #12362909
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Re: Son and I [Re: Gitter Done] #12363690
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Totally AWESOME.




Plus 1. Good job Dad. You will never go wrong taking your son fishing. woot

Re: Son and I [Re: J-Moe] #12364475
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I appreciate it yall. Next step is to get his younger sister on the yak with us. Tight fit but it's a Frontier 12 so at least I don't have to worry about the weight. Gonna try to hit this next full moon with them.
Originally Posted By: J-Moe
Great stuff Jagg. No doubt that spending a day on the yak was a great new adventure for y'all. Now y'all can reach new areas with big fish and few people.

Did you buy that young man a fly rod yet?

Not yet, J-Moe. He's really into super small, super light spinning gear right now. Anything bigger than his old school BPS 5' UL glass rod is too much for him, but I have a feeling he may change his tune since I was easily reaching fish he was struggling to reach. Give him credit though. When I offered him my rod to make things a little easier, he said, "no thanks" and kept plugging on. Stubborn like his momma. peep


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and all that is within me,
bless His Holy Name!
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Originally Posted By: jagg
I appreciate it yall. Next step is to get his younger sister on the yak with us. Tight fit but it's a Frontier 12 so at least I don't have to worry about the weight. Gonna try to hit this next full moon with them.
Originally Posted By: J-Moe
Great stuff Jagg. No doubt that spending a day on the yak was a great new adventure for y'all. Now y'all can reach new areas with big fish and few people.

Did you buy that young man a fly rod yet?

Not yet, J-Moe. He's really into super small, super light spinning gear right now. Anything bigger than his old school BPS 5' UL glass rod is too much for him, but I have a feeling he may change his tune since I was easily reaching fish he was struggling to reach. Give him credit though. When I offered him my rod to make things a little easier, he said, "no thanks" and kept plugging on. Stubborn like his momma. peep


roflmao Yah, like his Mom

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