PLEASE DO YOUR PART !
Today is one of the many National Mental Health Days throughout the year. You can do your bit by remembering to send an e-mail to at least one unstable person. I senr this to you. My job is done!
one of my family members in Texas took pics of the tornado in Dallas texas. she was about 4-5 miles from it it looks like. she sais it hit Canton. took the pics she thinks somewhere between 5:15 or 5:30
fishing is and isn't a sport. it is a sport when you'r in a fishing tournament and could win a prize or something. but if your not in a tournament and just doing it for fun then its not a sport, it's more like a hobby.
Double Dang! I ain't got no pond!. I have to go to Florida to find one. Well, not really, it just that the fishing always seems better where I ain't. Like Texas! Why, I'd bet your lakes out there are just ponds.
I saw somewhere you got yourself a new flyrod for Christmas. Way to go! I've got 2 or 3 of 'em myself somewhere. I always carry one in case I see some feeding over there where I ain't. My rod of choice though is a 9ft collapsible bream buster pole. Like an old fashioned cane pole only plastic! I rig it with a 6 to 8lb line, quill or pencil bobber, single "B" sinker and #8 "Tru Turn" hook with a live cricket on it. Up close and personal, thats how I like to fish for bluegill.
I take that cricket out of the water when I reach for that fly rod though. No sense having to worry about the gills right under my feet when I can try for one over there where I ain't! Don't know why I find where I ain't so appealing.
You ain't in Kansas anymore Sharon! Your in Bigbluegill.com land. I told you you'd get some good answers here. Plus you can just talk with people of like minds where you ain't. Ain't that appealing?
Welcome to BBG sharon. I saw your discussion question but am unqualified to answer it. You are definately in the right place to get it answered though and I'm sure you'll get some good advice. In the meantime, there is a search bar top right on the main page. have at it and see what has already been discussed about how to grow 'em. A lot!
None is a sad answer for the profile question Largest Bluegill Ever Caught. While yours are growing, go find you an established pond you can fish at and get hold of a big gill or two. You'll be the one hooked.