"Ok everybody, smile..." I don’t know how many times I’ve exited at Indian Truck Trail to hit Corona Lake. I couldn’t even give you a round-about number. What I do know is that I frequently find myself thinking about that little stretch of road when I’m stuck at work or busy at home. The thought of turning on the right-hand blinker and pointing my little wagon off the 15 freeway and flying under that sign will creep into my brain and shortlyRead more
Re: catfish killin Saturday, July 9, 2011 6:00 PM From: "geoffrey" To: "Fishinglakes.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Yea thats cool cuz its the truth. I cant wait to go again, last time I took my 5 year old nephew and he is hooked, next will be the 8 year old neice. thanx again. From: Fishinglakes.com <email@example.com> To: geoffrey Sent: Saturday, July 9, 2011 5:57 PM Subject: Re: catfish killin Man that's great!! I would like toRead more
When I began float tubing, like most people I started with the bare minimum…A float tube, a pair of waders, fins, a PFD, and a single fishing rod. I used the provided Velcro lashing straps sewn into the float tube’s canvas shell to hold my rod when it wasn’t in use, held my fishing rod in my hands when it was in use, and fumbled with the stupid thing when I actually succeeded in catching a fish! Watching me from the shoreline HAD to have providedRead more
I, like many of you, have been having an absolute BLAST with the Lightning Trout this season. Besides being beautiful fish that are absolutely delicious to eat, their tendency to stay schooled up, hang out about 6 inches below the surface, and eat EVERYTHING that crosses their face makes me think that these fish want hooks in their mouths and to find themselves sideways on my dinner plate. It's been a whole heck of a lot of fun taking part in killingRead more
My head is swimming like I've been up for 2 days talking fishing with the most amped group of fisherman I've ever seen...because I was! My voice is gone like I've been joking, laughing, hootin' and hollerin' for 24 hours straight with friends old and new...because I have been! And I've got a stupid smile on my face stretching from ear to ear like I just witnessed an event of epic proportions...BECAUSE I DID!!! THE INFLATABLE NAVY SARL FLOAT TUBERead more
Sometimes, a picture can say a thousand words…this is one of those times. The picture below came Thursday via text from my friend Matt: I was sitting in my office when that gem came through. Talk about having a hard time finishing out your day at work knowing your buddies are sitting on that! Of my friends on the water, every single one of them had the same story from Thursday…”Wide open…”, “Looked like a koi pond”, “Followers onRead more
By Aaron Sappenfield Fall, 1996…the Salton Sea. It’s 6 am and the dry desert heat joins forces with the distinct odor of decaying fish to create a cocktail of some of the most disgusting air you could hope to not ever have to breathe. Despite the putridity of this setting, I’m inflating a float tube for the first time in my life, gearing up to wade through a mass of rotting fish carcasses in search of monsterRead more
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