That was after the initial toothy rips to the skin...
Sportsman's Warehouse... $2.99
So, ask me how my day was...
This cutbow made his way to my net after taunting me for twenty minutes... Buddy, I'm not getting any younger! =)
And a few fatty bows with rosy cheeks.
All in all, a spectacular day with the warm sunshine softening the snow at the end of the day just enough for my next step to fall through the 20 in and try to get out again! I finally decided that it was easier to crawl out slowly across the next 100 ft. Lol. The things I do. Someone should have had that on video. =) Remember my new exercise plan??? Don't think this was a part of it...
Have a great week!
Sounds awesome despite the abuse ;)ReplyDelete
H ~ Maybe I could wear a goalie mask! Just kidding. It was a pretty good outing. Thanks for coming by!Delete
Another awesome Damsel outing. Well done.ReplyDelete
Mark ~ I always have some kind of weirdness or excitement follow me. I wonder why that is... =)Delete
"Saturday's Warrior..." Ha! Mess with the fish, get the bite.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cutbow. I'm starting to feel motivated...
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Yep, FA! They can just keep the fly... haha. No, seriously, I know better to hand remove that fly. Sure don't get into too many cutbow, so that was a treat!Delete
NICE fish! By the way, hemostats weren't designed to remove hooks. That's just an extra benefit.ReplyDelete
Howard ~ Well, I'm not planning on any other surgeries, so I will keep them for the fish. =)Delete
I stop trying to remove flies from the trout's mouth years ago; after driving the hook into a finger to the barb----lesson learn, how it hurt to remove it!!! Nice trout taken--thanks for sharing
Bill ~ No bueno! I would have been weak kneed through that kind of trauma... No worries. I plan on being more careful and with the proper tools!Delete