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Pitching, Flipping, and a dog named Boodrow.

By August 28, 2013No Comments

It sure did feel good to finally get back on the water over the past couple of days with Danny and Laura. We have one more half day tomorrow. I have three fellas coming in from California for a Friday/Saturday trip. My folks arrive Sunday for 10 days of Falcon Walrus hunting. I have a really nice busy stretch over the next 2 weeks and I am very much looking forward to it. I have had several cancelations in September and October…..had 5 days cancelled here in September alone just in the past dang near 24 hours. Big time bummer…..sooooooo if you want an end of September/October date or dates there is a good chance I’ll have it open. Here is the link to my schedule and it should be 100% up to date:


Let’s talk some fishing….I know, I know its been a while. Danny whooped Laura and I pretty good today. We have stayed shallow and in the gravel pretty much exclusively along with pitching plastics in main lake timber. The timber depth varies from 3 to 6 ft. There are some deeper main lake trees in the 8 to 12 foot range that I caught fish in earlier this year, but we did not hit em today. We fished Mexico 95.7% of the time and Danny certainly had the hot bait today and like I said at the beginning…..he REALLY put it to us in a big way.


Here is a look at the hot, game used, pitch baits……Shhhhhhhhhhhh don’t tell Danny.




Danny had a straight up walrus jump off yesterday(crank…..I know…shocker), but today? We didn’t have one single “big bite”….well, that we know of. Our biggest might of touched the 5 lb mark. We will be back at it tomorrow for a few hours……gonna hit the trees again and maybe show Danny a foundation or two.





Boodrow was dropped off on the curb by somebody this morning…….grrrrrrrr. With the gate closed he found his way in and this is what I came home to after I got off the water.




Remember our softy conversation we had a month ago or so? Ugh.


To say this dog hit the jackpot would be a mild understatement.