|Date||# Fish||Where||What||From Where|
|2/13/16||0||Trout Pond||Float Tube Cumberland|
|2/17/16||0||North Shore and Trout Pond||Shore|
|3/11/16||0||North Shore and Trout Pond||Shore|
|3/25/16||0||Middle Bar Bridge||Bridge|
|3/29/16||0||North Shore and Trout Pond||Shore|
|4/23/16||0||South Shore and Trout Pond||Shore|
|5/3/16||0||Bear River Reservoir||Shore|
Two things to notice here.
First, the skunk lasted (2/7/2016 to 5/3/2016) 11 trips which tied my worst year ever (2009).
Second, I've only caught 6 fish this year and it's almost half gone.
I think I'm going to be sick.
You need to do a fish dance and hope for fish!ReplyDelete
Mark, your fish will come........ReplyDelete
It is just a matter of time......
Us Geezers don't have anything left but time!
That's pretty sad Mark. But don't blame yourself, we know you know how to catch fish. It must be global warming!ReplyDelete
How is Comanche fishing these days? Once you left there it was all downhill.ReplyDelete
We're just about at the end of trout fishing there. Water is getting too warm.Delete
Mark I'm so far behind in my journal entries it's not funny.ReplyDelete
Now your kitchen is all repaired, i.e. Your water problems are fixed.ReplyDelete
It is the time for you to start catching many fish.
Good thing that I don't keep a log. My husband just might hide the car keys!ReplyDelete
I guess that's what fishing so interesting, you're always trying to figure out why in the hell they where're baiting that day. I have a feeling things will improve.
Yikes. What an unfortunate streak of skunks. I'm going to stay positive for you, though! You're due for a big day, Mark!ReplyDelete