After spending eight days bass fishing in central Florida wearing a t-shirt and shorts, it was a shock when we got home last Saturday and stepped out of the truck into 41 degrees and a misty rain. We left Florida to head north at 4 a.m. with the truck thermometer showing 63 degrees and it dropped steadily all the way home.
Striped bass fishing on the Chesapeake Bay appears to have been very consistent this year, with not a lot of fish being caught, but the ones caught were good ones.
Our area is going to be represented in the big dance - the Super Bowl of bass fishing – the holy grail of all bass tournaments.
Local angler Clint Daniel landed a giant largemouth bass last weekend in an ABA tournament on Kerr Lake. He reported getting a top water strike, but the fish missed the bait.
While there were a lot of options available to me last weekend as far as places to go hunting or fishing, I decided to take it easy and spend the long holiday weekend close to home in Walnut Cove.
Although last weekend was a non-fishing one for me due to the lingering effects a virus, I am thankful to say that I feel a lot better now. As I sit here writing this on Thanksgiving morning, there are so many things to be grateful for.
I sure wish my report was on how good the fishing was last week like it had been the week before.
Bass fishing was about as good as it gets last Sunday on Kerr Lake.
Taking my own recommendation last week to take a day off every once in a while, I spent all day Saturday hanging around the house eating Susan’s homemade chili and helping our grandson John eliminate the Halloween candy he wasn't planning to eat.
There was a crowd of boats on the water at sunrise at the new Nutbush ramp when the Anglers Choice Marine North Carolina Division Classic launched this past weekend.