Charlie and I go whacking and stacking on Falcon Lake.
It sure was fun not only being back on Falcon, but back on Falcon with my man Charlie. We only fished till noon today and goodness was it an action packed 5 hours of fishing. We caught fish everywhere, but we stumbled onto the absolute mother-load that padded our stats and stringer considerably. We had 6 walrus bites and went 0fer the first 5 before I finally boated this 7.98.
That fish had an 11 lb head, but was the skinniest fish I’ve caught in some time. Don’t throw your used plastics in the water folks. Fish will eat them and then the plastics swell inside their belly…..game over, starvation ensues. Here are some more nice fish from a 60ish fish half day of fishing.(not official…..clicker left in the vehicle.)
Nothing personal Charlie!!!!!, but my favorite pic of the day?
There she is…….7 months in the making. Sooooooo happy to have her back in the carport with new carpet, livewell controls, seat bushings, powerhead and more. Dean’s Marine and John the service manager hooked me up to say the least. I can’t thank Clay and Barbara enough for bringing her down all the way from Odessa. That z522 is the ultimate guide platform and I am beyond excited to get the new powerhead broken in and get her back on the water. With all that said…..WHAT. A. JOB. my back up boat did. I bought that 2004 521vx a little over two years ago and have leaned on it pretty hard during the last two years. It owes me nothing. Very much looking forward to giving her a much deserved vacation from the every day rigors of guiding.