geeze,someone was busy with the camera.
my buddy "big bird",couldn't coax the hot dogs out of me,but when i flipped him off,he mistook my finger for one
i thought my boat was pretty fast,but the girls outrowed me.i think they were kinda concerned about the intentions of 2 dirty old men
hey ron,when will the taxidermist have that mount finished?
maybe next time you'll get one a bigger one,like 6 inches
Gonna start by letting Misfit prep the boat while parked next to the sewage processing plant at the Vermilion launch. Next, I'll take him to a super gobie hole that I know of. We will finally head out for sheephead and white perch. Might finish the day by running full bore into 2 to 3 foot waves just to make sure his lunch is settled.
now that should be a great day if it goes as planned
only getting on erie a few times a year,i haven't mastered the tactics for catching gobies,sheephead and white perch.it'll be a great new experience,and a nice change from those big yellow perch,walleyes and smallies.i hope you can put me on some sUMo gobies.should i bring a big pair of channel locks for release purposes,or will the standard pliers work?i just wanna make sure i have something that will fit the sUMos' heads properly
let's try to catch a day with at 4 footers,as the smaller waves just tend to make me sleepy
phil,i think someone already adopted it,cause we didn't spot it saturday.
i've seen several people feeding it,and that ain't good.
if it becomes dependent on people now,it's likely to have a tough winter
i just ignore it,or shoo it away,along with other people,but lots of them do feed it,which has caused it to be a real pest