Tuesday January 24th, 2017 8:12AM
Where's my winter?
I remember anxiously awaiting the arrival of my Captain Midnight Secret De-coder Ring. Nearly a year of eating cereal I didn’t particularly enjoy finally provided enough box tops to send off for that bad-boy! Now all I had to do was wait for it to arrive.
9:36AM ( 3 days ago )
Yes, you can catch 'em in January
Whew! I think I survived. The first full weekend of 2017 included a blizzard and/or ice storm warning, stampedes at the grocery store, and me splitting firewood at a record pace.
9:49AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Fishing the Kinneret
As I write this blog it is one week until Christmas. Our tree is up, the outdoor lights are lit and I’ve spent the last two hours wrapping gifts.
8:03PM ( 1 month ago )
Ditch fishing slow to set up and get ready for 2017
Fishing has been good in recent weeks with schools of spotted bass gathering around the mouths of some of the bigger coves off the main lake.
5:55PM ( 1 month ago )
Top-water bite is here
My very favorite time of year is here. It’s arrived a bit later this year than past, but I’ll take it.
7:42PM ( 3 months ago )
A time for patience, sunscreen and luck
It has been a while since I posted to this blog; it’s also been a while since I have had an outstanding day on Lake Lanier; I sense a connection here…someplace.
11:29AM ( 4 months ago )
Perch-jerkin' at its finest
If there’s one thing Yankees might have over those of us fortunate enough to live in Dixie, it would be their appreciation for the best tasting white-fleshed fish in our lakes: yellow perch.
6:04PM ( 4 months ago )
Look for the panicked, then give 'em something red
The most recent data released by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources shows that the optimal water depth for levels of saturated oxygen and water temperature on Lake Lanier is between 29 and 32 feet.
9:46PM ( 5 months ago )