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My nephew shared the pickerel (walleye) from Lake Vernon that he caught recently. He was pretty tight lipped on the location and his lure selection.
The last day of rifle season for deer this season set me up with a brief encounter with a buck who could have been king. It could have been my nemesis buck, the Grey Ghost, but this monster-racked monarch was in the wrong forested neighbourhood.
It was a cold, snowy, and frosty morning. The frozen ground under my feet echoed like a series of distant AM radio channels. My boots could not find a stealthy route along grandpa’s pond road....
If you want a good dose of life reflecting moments, consider cleaning out your tackle box.
While recently sorting my own collection of painted metal and wooden plugs, it seemed every lure had a memory attached to it. It is amazing what can happen when you inspect each hook and eye for rust and tooth damage....
Speaking without thinking got me into some trouble this several years ago. The story is short, but I still get a ‘kick’ out of it when I reflect on the incident from time to time.
It all started (innocently, I should add) when dad and I were taking our deer to the butcher. When we walked into the front section of his ‘processing’ facility, I noticed some large deer heads mounted to the wall. I pointed at the biggest deer and asked...
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