Do you love big bluegill?
the ice is to thin to get on safely ,but to thick to get a boat in . im going to be out of commision for several weeks at the least if not more as im getting both of my knees replaced on the 5th . hope all of you do not catch all of the gills out there and leave a few for me when i get back into action .i will be watching the sighjt as much as i can to keep me inspired ,.keep the photos coming and everything else that is so much good to all of us who are afflicted with the uncurable fish pox . good fishing is right around the corner
I hear you about this ice up here. I live in northern Lorain County and can wait til this pesky thin ice melts and the temperatures go up a few degrees. Can't wait to start fishing again. Hopefully only a couple weeks away.
I think I echo the other members when I wish you a speedy recovery from your knee replacements Ronald.....Should you find yourself down on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and want to wet a line for some swamp Coppernose......drop me a note and I'm sure we can get that done......
I feel your pain buddy. Tried the ice on the pond a few days ago and got a soaker my first step. Put The ice auger up for the year its warming up as I speak so I don't think I'll be sampling the ice any more this year.
Still ice fishing going on here in West Michigan. Can't wait for open water though. Wish the best for you Ronald.
Here's wishing you the best of luck on your new knees, Ronald. Keep us posted as to your progress. You will be chasin' gills again before you know it.
I wish you the best on the double knee replacement. I know several people who have done very well with the two-at-a-time operation. Hope you can gill this summer!
The perfect time for surgery! I recall my moms knee work - she was up and around in 3 weeks.
Im confident your knees will be in good shape once the season rolls in. Chin up and we're all pulling for you.