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Fishing and driftwood

Discussion in 'Fishing and other lies' started by LSUh20fowler, Oct 12, 2013.

  1. LSUh20fowler

    LSUh20fowler Member

    Made a fishing trip this morning. I was foggy and humid. Caught these two. One on a fluke and the other dragging a worm on bottom around cypress trees. Lake is way down right now and I'm an addict to driftwood. So I loaded the boat up with driftwood and one cypress that has been under the water for a while.
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  2. Kayak Jack

    Kayak Jack Well-Known Member

    Wood is an ever fascinating material. Gazing into a piece of wood, is like gazing into a campfire, or up at clouds passing by. It's all in our genes, I think.
     
  3. catfish

    catfish Well-Known Member

    looks like nice catch. did he go into the fry pan? or catch and release?
     
  4. LSUh20fowler

    LSUh20fowler Member

    He went back in the water to fight another day.
     
  5. Kayak Jack

    Kayak Jack Well-Known Member

    Here's a true fish story. Starts out on the lawn. We have ground moles here, and we're getting poisonous worms to put into the ground where the tunnels are. Ground mole eats them, then dies.
    So, I got to thinking about fishing, and worms, and . . . . .

    Now, I'm looking for worms that are poisonous, AND can be trained to clean fish. :wink:
     

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