Last Fish Of An Old Year

I am now a weekend warrior. The real world has finally caught up with me, and once it did, it’s been kickin’ my ass ever since. Working 60 hours a week tends to put a crimp on one’s fishing days, but I finally managed to get out and float an oldie but a goody. Much like leftover chinese food, winter egg eaters make you feel bad about yourself in a thoroughly satisfying way. Enjoy some pics, and don’t forget to check out the new issue in a couple of weeks.

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– dave

 

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2 thoughts on “Last Fish Of An Old Year

  1. “Much like leftover chinese food, winter egg eaters make you feel bad about yourself in a thoroughly satisfying way.”

    You hit me with this grand fly fishing one liner that gets me pumped and ready to read 3,000 words of your writing and you end the post. Your killing me 🙂 Just busting your chops man. I know you’ve had a hectic and stressful transition with your added work schedule. I just need your words of wisdom and priceless similes more often. Your writing hits home with me on a personal level that I have a hard time finding with other authors. You are a talented dude man and I’m so jealous. When are you going to start giving me some writing lessons? I’ll return the favor by showing you how to row a boat with one arm and a bungie cord.

    Keep up the good work and I hope we get to find time to hang out, sink some beers and wet a line soon.

    Kent

  2. hey, glad to see you have become an honest man, Michael brought me some gummy worm material so I can see if Arkansas trout like gummy worms as much as east TN trout like marabou jigs. hope you and Lindsey are having a good holiday season.

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