Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Gone Fishin' at the Locust Fork

Tyler and I went fishing for a couple hours this afternoon. We put in at the Warrior-Kimberly bridge, and let the current carry us downstream a bit. After a few days of nice rain, the river was running nicely.

As per usual, I didn't catch anything. I did have about a half-dozen minnows following my lure every time I cast. And I did have a little bass strike at it once, but he wasn't too tempted either.

Tyler on the other hand...

...caught three fish within the first twenty minutes. His last catch was the minnow here; I didn't even know you could catch a minnow. Below is Tyler reeling in his river monster.


Here's a little video of our first kayak-fishing expedition.


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