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.
Happy birthday to me.
Today is my 54th birthday. They are really coming around fast now.
Last weekend was perfect for celebrating a wedding anniversary with the weather being more like November than anything typically seen in North Carolina in the middle of August.
Well it happened again.
Yes, I lost a giant bass in yet another tournament. But before you jump to the conclusion that this will be just another sad story about the win that slipped away, let me finish my tale.
Sometimes in life we have a day that we wish would have lasted forever. Like going to the Liberty Tobacco warehouse with my dad as a kid to sell tobacco, or when my wife and I used to take our young son on bicycle trips to the beach for an afternoon outing while in college in Wilmington.
As you fill your glass up with water at your sink, do you ever wonder where that water is coming from?