So I’ve never been in a drift boat before. I’ve had lots of them float by me on the Guadalupe while I envied the paying client being told exactly where to fish, when to mend, and how to hold the fish for the perfect grip and grin shot. Being ferried around to all the honey […]
I’ve been a long time podcast listener ever since the days when Geek News Central was just starting and podcasters were trying to figure out what encoding format to use. Fly fishing podcasts have come and gone and some have stood out as worth listening to on a regular basis. Some of the ones I […]
Kind of a cool site… I have the book but haven’t actually started marking off this list yet.
I have 46 more to go and I counted a trip I’m taking next month. So, how many do you have left? Do you have a bucket list like this? Or maybe a […]
The EPA is getting involved so, everyone (yes even you looking for “April Vokey’s Boyfriend“, please take the time to send your input. We are getting closer to protecting this one of a kind resource.
I’ve determined that you have to take an extended vacation periodically to maintain sanity at the workplace and home. Last week I staged my mental health getaway.
After work on Friday I came home and went straight to bed as I was going to embark on a 17 hour drive starting at 1:30a […]
Sometimes it’s hard to find a gift for someone who you think has everything. I ran across The Painted Trout a few months back and was very impressed with their selection and quality of work. It’s not just a bunch of cutesy gifty crap.
With Fathers Day coming up very soon, I thought […]
Ted over at Sportsmans Finest recommended I try out the virtually Internet hidden Longs Fish Camp outside of Kingsville. There is almost no information on the interwebs about it. Amazing… not even a phone number. Ted was able to find some basic directions which he photocopied for me. It sounded intriguing so Parker and […]
Had a really nice trip out to Hamilton Pool yesterday. Fishing isn’t allowed but I did take some pictures. It’s worth the short drive out there for the hike. Hamilton Pool flows out to Hamilton Creek which connects to the Pedernales River. The first pic below is close to where the creek connects to […]
Not much to say about the trip today other than I caught a couple of fish in the hour and a half I was at the river. I caught one larger white bass that I decided not to manipulate into a fishporn shot. The water was much murkier than on my last few trips. […]
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