AaaaaHa Ha Ha hahahaha!
Sounds like my house. Love it!
Who's on first? (nice size fish, by the way)
Jay - good times, yes? Mike - Haha! Yes at my house, puns and double entendres always intended. ;)Cofisher - I think Jay was on first? Although, I'm not quite sure what that means in a canoe...(That was my first crappie ever! Thanks!)Southern Renaissance Man - Yesterday was the first canoe outing (well, first without hurricane force winds), and it WAS sweet! Hadn't canoed since I was a kid - so fun! There will be many, many more!
That's a dang decent slab of crappie. Work it girl.-stephanie
Stephanie - Thanks! And....I plan to! ;)
Erin, if you haven't been out on a float, get Jay to take you. It's really a blast.
wow, you have really been getting out!! Looks like you jumped up in followers :)
Dustin's Fly Box - Yes! And two more days of fishing yet to come (and a good forecast for once!). On the "jump" -- I know! I am kind of surprised myself. :)
well I am completely jealous you are getting out! Living on my budget has killed me and I am need of a rod.. So hopefully when I can work again I will be able to get out. We had our first 100 degree day here in vegas and ready to hit the water!!! Congrats on the great catches!
Dang! Sorry to hear about your lack of fishing and rod...sending good thoughts your way! And hope good pictures can help tide you over! Ah, and I understand the budget thing completely. Oy... 100 degree day!? I can't fathom...still some snow stuck around in the canyon.
the thing is I can drive 20 minutes and have a decent snowball fight still. This area is pretty interesting.
Looks like a fun day was had and the little canoe floated merrily along the way.. Love the picture with the snow caps in the back. I didn't know that the crappie was such a pretty fish. Love its spots!
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