It looks like I'll be able to make a trip up and fish the BigM in early December, maybe a couple days. Any words of wisdom?
I hit suicide yesterday...I tried my best to keep my grip on her tail, but she got the better of me, I couldn't hold her. She managed to escape.
Click goes my camera......DOH!!!!!!!
The memories are great, but looking back at my old fishing and hunting pictures instantly takes me back to that very day and it helps me remember everything vividly.Picture doesnt really matter too much you remember it just as good either way...just 'proof'...almost all the best fish I have ever caught of any species have eluded cameras somehow. For most of 2010s I didnt even carry one 95% of the time.
I sent mine off to a place that made a book for me, I dug it out last night and went thru it, its all about fishing on the BigMThere is something about scrolling through past photos from fishing trips when you’re having a rough day that can help set your mind straight. Whether it’s fish photos, scenery photos, friends/family you were with, the food you were eating….. it’s all cool to scroll back through from time to time and relive the memories. When I can’t be on the river, sometimes just going through photos helps set my mind straight!
oh man! That would be pretty cool to do. Scrolling on the phone works but some old school page flipping definitely has a whole different feel to it!I sent mine off to a place that made a book for me, I dug it out last night and went thru it, its all about fishing on the BigM
We remember when we invested time & effort in the taking of a simple photo. We'd have to purchase the film and load the camera, then wind up the exposed film and take it to the local Rexall that would send it out for developing. A couple weeks later we'd have the photo, if it turned out, and then paste those little corners in the photo album to save the photo with a brief description of what we'd captured. I think they meant a little more to us.There are probably kids right now or soon that will have no idea that pictures were once 'printed out' rather than viewed on a digital device screen.
Beautiful Michigan buck! Thanks for sharing for the people who can’t be there. Hard to beat hardware bites!
You want to catch fish use spawn or beads. Been down that road years ago. What to catch pigs, put a plug in the water.Beautiful Michigan buck! Thanks for sharing for the people who can’t be there. Hard to beat hardware bites!
very true. Bill Herzog certainly is known for the number of huge steelhead he has under his belt…. 100% throwing spoons if I’m not mistaken.