hey mr hendrix. havent been active on here in a while since i first joined. ive been aiming to come to the rendezvous and hope to next year. it seems like every summer about that time i start getting migraines that last off and on for most of the summer. i did hit the crappie pretty hard january-april and it was a good year for crappie. i only bluegill fished a couple of times this year and it was disappointing on KY lake. the size of the spawning fish seem to be declining in certain areas of the lake, but when guides take clients out and keep 150-200 fish a trip then its bound to take its toll. the shellcracker were ok but they came in earlier this year it seems.
haha, still trying to figure out this forum board, hopefully i commented in the correct place.
Thank you Carl for responding to an old retired Marine doctor with 29 ( I tell people 30 ) years as combat doctor before going on to flight school and spending my life in the military flying around the world many, many times. Now here in Western Michigan I can fish all I want on my ponds here on my horse ranch.
Thanks again in saying hello ta a new member of our club
Will do, Carl. It is not original with me . Will try to find name of fellow who 'stumbled' on it several years ago. Really simple, very effective, will not discolor over time and makes grain really 'pop' especially on unstained wood. I really like Walnut or similar hard wood because of far less blotching. There is an answer to prevent that with a simple per-stain treatment before using the rubbed oil finish. I will send you a step by step of the process. I'm no expert, but it has worked well for me from the first time I tried it. best, Ben
May is when I'm fishing here in WI-season opens first Saturday in May. Where is it this year?
Don't understand your "camoflauge" comment?
So no tax on retirement income or just no sales tax? We are contemplating another residence for colder, winter months which could become our permanent residence for tax purposes to get away from paying State Income Tax. Florida and Texas don't have income taxes but neither of those appeal to us. Arkansas does not tax retire's so that could be a consideration but don't know how good the fishing is there except up by Lake of the Ozarks and the White River.
Hi Carl, Happy New Year and good luck with fishing in 2016. Finally have everything finished and settled at our house. Now I can get on with fishing. Going to go South first sometime in February/March.
Just curious, does TN have income tax for retires?