Thursday, March 20, 2008



It started today. Fifty seven signed up. Four of us posted entries today.

Here is my big ole fish.


If you want to enter go to:

We need some competition so please join in.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Spring Break

Well I'm officially on Spring Break this week.
Of course we have a tsunami taking place in N Texas right now.
It is supposed to end tomorrow morning and the temps are going to get into the 70's.

You know what that means FISHIN BABY!!!

Friday, March 14, 2008

Monthly Mid-Week Yak Fish

Looking for some yak fishers that work the weekends (like me) to do a monthly mid-week fish. I'm thinking Wednesday would be the best day. There are lots of small waters around the DFW area that we could fish that have little or no power boat/jetski traffic. Those lakes are full of big ole bass and crappie. I've posted this on TFF and TKF so I'm hoping for some responses. We could start it week after next (avoiding Spring Break) or next month.

If you're interested send me an email at:

or PM me from TFF or TKF.

Let's go yak fishing.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Words to live by

"Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs"

Recent incidents have reminded me of those words.
In addition to teaching all the basics of safe and ethical angling, the program combines long-term mentoring and positive life skills with conservation education in one powerful and adaptable package.

Here's how it works:

Angling Skills
Children learn all the skills necessary to fish safely on their own in a variety of settings, and the ability to teach others. Long-term mentors provide ongoing social support to motivate children to adopt fishing as a wholesome pastime, and encourage them to enjoy it regularly with their friends and family.

Conservation Ethics
Children take an active role in conservation in their own communities and develop ethical attitudes about the outdoors.

Social Skills
Children are empowered by a new, fun activity and positive life skills, such as creative decision-making, problem-solving, goal setting, patience, and camaraderie. Shared experiences with friends and family help children better communicate and interact with each other. They gain confidence and find a new sense of respect and responsibility for themselves, their friends and family, and their community.

I know adults and have met adults recently that need to get back to a program like HOFNOD. We as adults need to be a shining example to todays youth. If your hooked on some kind of drug or abusing alcohol what kind of example are you setting for the children around you?

Let's step up to the plate and become that example that the youth of America need to see. What better way than through the most enjoyable hobby in the world FISHING !!!

I pray right now for those individuals that are struggling with the horrible addiction of drugs and or alcohol. Please reach out Your healing hand and release them from that terrible addiction. And Lord, please watch over the youth of our country and let them see the need to get Hooked on Fishing and not on drugs.
I pray all of these things in Jesus name.


Tuesday, March 4, 2008

(-: SNOW :-)

It really snowed today.
I'm at work and we have probably 4 inches of snow.
Patty was stranded at work because of it and is spending the night with a coworker and praying for a thaw.
It's really pretty and I'm stuck at work until 6 AM so I don't care.
Got a good shot of the patrol car in the snow.

They are predicting 60+ degrees for later today. Imagine that.
No whar but Texas. :-)