At first it was hard to come up with something to write about in this week’s column, especially since I haven’t been fishing in a couple of weeks.
It felt great to get some limb work done in my yard last weekend.
The fishing season continues to wind down, but I found a small team tournament to fish in last weekend.
The state parks policy is to “allow nature to take its course.”
A number of area anglers have done or are doing well this weekend in large bass tournaments.
A good day of fishing last Saturday landed Tyler Purcell and I in 18th place out of 154 teams on day one of the two-day Angler’s Choice Marine Championship on Kerr Lake.
This past weekend made up for many of the poor fishing weekends I’ve endured this season.
Quit crying and viper your nose!
Last Friday, fishing was great while I was preparing for Saturday’s Bass Fishing League Super Tournament on Lake Gaston.
I caught fish pretty much everywhere, including one that was well over 5 pounds.
Well after getting really sick last Friday, I am back to about 94.6 percent recovered.