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Sunday, September 07, 2008


Sorry for being gone for so long, but I really didn't have much to write about. Guess you could say that I was hibernating. The last fishing season (if you could call it that) was extremely slow. I don't blame anglers for not coming south this past winter season to fish. The lakes were all so low that it put a hurtin' on fishing ... and some were so low that you couldn't even launch your boat.

But thanks to Fay, things are looking up. Most of the lakes in Central Florida have come up several feet and the fish are biting for joy! Although we don't get many customers during the hot summer months, there have been a few that have championed the heat for the thrill of victory over Mother Nature.

You would think this fellow would look a little happier with a catch like this! Oh well, I guess it takes a little more to get some anglers to crack a smile ... better luck next time!

Check out some smiling fishermen on our Bass Braggin' page in our website.

In a desert war zone, a fishermen's club springs up
By 8 in the morning it was hot, and Chief Warrant Officer Scott Henry, the custodian of the Baghdad Angler's Club and School of Fly Fishing, sat in the shadow of a palace pillar. More palaces were all around the lake, and directly across from him ...
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