I had the pleasure of fishing with Justin Beto and his father - in- law Gary . We decided to head to Sooner Lake in search of some hybrids and it got wild for awhile. We had about 2 hours of a good and steady bite. When we got to the lake, there was about a 15 mph wind out of the east. Then, about 2 hours into it, the wind shifted from out of the south and the bite died quickly. Justin and Gary put 28 fish in the boat and they decided to call it a day. It could not have been a more perfect day to be on the water. The weather was great.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Took a trip with Stacey Callahan out on Keystone Lake for some blues. It wasnt as good as last Friday but we still caught 6 nice catfish.1 around 20lbs.,12lbs and the rest were in the 3 to 5 lb. range. Most fish where caught in 8 to 15 ft. of water. It was a great day to be on the water and there is never a bad day to fish. The fishing for blues is going to do nothing but get better.
Friday, October 12, 2012
Decided to take the afternoon off and go in search for some blues on Keystone Lake. Took a good friend of mine Mark Morris. We splashed the boat around 1 pm, caught bait and we were off and running. First stop yielded a couple of 3 lbers. into the boat. We got tired of playing the waiting game and decided to make a move.We stopped the boat in 8 to 10 feet of water, baited up and it was just a few minutes when Mark had one coming in over the side. We waited there for about 3 hours mainly because we were to lazy to pull the anchors and move. The biggest was about 15 lbs. We had a few in 4 to 6 lb. range. When we had finished we had 12 blues to send home with Mark. One nice thing about fishing with a friend is that I didnt have to clean any fish. It was a pleasure fishing with you today Mark and we will do it again soon
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
I had the pleasure to take the Gillean family out on a trip to Skiatook Lake. Now this was 3 generations that I had in the boat .The oldest being 94 years young,.Trust me this man still could keep up with the 2 younger ones. We ended up catching 11 hybrids and all of them came on free lines in 20 to 30 ft. of water. It was a great day to be on the water with good company.