That's the good thing about a house boat, they were all done down there, and I gave many of them to people in the slips and store. The store lady's loved them, and January even bought our ice cream in appreciation of the filleted fish, she is an awesome happy young ladyIt looks like you might be busy processing fish for a while. Nice work!
It never hurts to be lucky, but I'm pretty confident in finding fish with out luckWOW WOW! Looks like you planned everything perfectly Kevin! Well done! You know you’re living right when a blown off hat leads to 200 fish!!!!!!
I cast and work them all different ways. I usually like to go to the bottom, bounce back 2 to three times and retrieve at different speeds until you see what there liking. But if you go to the bottom, and there are fish scattered up and down on your finder, you have to come up through them. I watch my line closely on the drop, for when they pick it up. When there are a ton of active shad feeders, they will hit on the fall oftengreat report, trolling or jigging?
See, you’re still better than me. I draw the line at about 40 and wish I’d drawn the line at 30It never hurts to be lucky, but I'm pretty confident in finding fish with out luck
I could have easily caught 200 if I had fished every evening for a couple hours. I didn't want to fillet that many more
I'm getting old I guess.
I was freezing them, the house boat has two freezers. That makes a big difference in staying a week. When I just go by myself, I just stay 2 or 3 nights. I slab them off and put on ice every day, until I get home. And then finish them when I get homeSee, you’re still better than me. I draw the line at about 40 and wish I’d drawn the line at 30