Just got home from a belated Father's Day trip at Lake of The Ozarks, here in Missouri. Spent the last three days with family and snuck out early (4:30 am.!) each morning to do some fishing. Nothing like motoring to your favorite fishing spot under the cover of darkness and a full moon!
Ty and I fished for Hybrids early in the morning, using 5" swimbaits, in a shad…
Added by Greg Wade on June 27, 2010 at 9:00pm —
I am still trying to figure the mechanics of this site out. I get emails saying somebody made an entry but I can not find the post. I figure by the time I am 100 I will be able to navigate between blogs, forums, groups and my profile (what ever that is.) Please do not tell me that there are other places these posts can be hiding! OK, I have finished ranting. It is time for another foray into the unknown wilds of BigBlueGill.com in seach of the missing information.
Added by Jim (Ike) Isaac on June 25, 2010 at 7:45pm —
I had a blast the other day. I took my 15 year old Grandson fishing with me. We went to City lake in LaFayette Ga. He had a great time also and we caught plenty of Bream. Well I had the pleasure of outfishing him about 3 to 1 so I got to ride him some. Somehow he almost lost a Zebco 22 in the lake, I heard a splash and said what was that, He responded the reel came off and feel into the water. He unreeled the whole thing getting it back up to the top, but I got my reel back at least. It was a… Continue
Added by David Betty on June 25, 2010 at 5:30pm —
Added by John Sheehan on June 21, 2010 at 6:12pm —
Added by Greg Wade on June 8, 2010 at 7:55am —
It is always a pleasure when you can take kids who have seldom if ever been fishing, and put them on top of a good school of bluegill. I knew when I left the house this morning that it was going to be a day when I didn't get to fish myself. Even the father of the kids who were with me was as inexperienced as they were. I had to show each of them how to hold the pole, bait a cricket, and remove a fish from a hook. Within an hour you would think they were all seasoned fisherman to hear them talk.… Continue
Added by Tom Beauchamp on June 1, 2010 at 2:00pm —