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Up until this weekend the weather has been very bitter – a very late winter (had snow on the day before Spring started,) and temps in the 30s and low 4os, with nighttime lows in the 20s, nearly constantly since. … Continue reading
A cool Saturday at Tipton. Temps would have been nice if it weren’t for the wind. Spots of cloud and sun – the sun sure felt good when it came out! Tried all three concrete spots. Only took one Crappie, … Continue reading
Miller Park time. The water level is still very low, and it is still cold and windy. (One can actually walk at the base of the retaining wall on what should be 3 feet of water.) Tried the corner near … Continue reading
My first day out of the season on April 7th. Weather has been flatly lousy… winter arrived very late this year and stayed on into Spring. At Tipton I managed to catch two Crappie, bang-bang… nothing before or after. Took … Continue reading
I need to look back at the climate data, but I recall things grew cold early. (Though snow wouldn’t happen for quite awhile.) These are the last photos I have for the 2012 season, and it wouldn’t surprise me that … Continue reading
It has been a couple of weeks, and today this is now bittersweet memory. It’s my last fishing day with Jerry before they move. I was hopping back and forth, casting for a very few Bluegill and panfish. Jerry was … Continue reading
A Friday evening at Miller Park. Stayed into dark for the first (and only?) time this season (7:30ish to 9:00ish PM), so we get a flash photo of the last fish I caught.
Rains coming and going, and then a most beautiful rainbow, which I don’t have anyplace else to chronicle…
Another day, more fishing to do! At least on Saturday morning at 9:15 AM at Heartland. And the fish were there from 9:21 to 9:47 – a nice string one after the other, then a slowdown.
Ten days after July 4th (where Miller Park has fireworks that traumatize the fish — only kidding!) I went down in the evening for a little fishing. Around 8 PM there were some Bluegill biting.