My first cold of the back to school season thwarted a trip to the coast but after resting for a day I felt good enough to head to East Lake on Sunday afternoon. A few nice Browns were brought to the boat but the real catch was the sunset.
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During my sophomore year of college this song, rather the entire Oasis album had a permanent home in my five disc changer. I have no clue what a Champagne Supernova in the sky is. The intro of the track though has the sound of water washing against a shore, and this morning as I stood […]
And she will out fish you. Kaydee is holding up the number of fish she caught compared to the single fish I pulled into the kayak on Devils Lake this past Sunday. And since I was out-fished, I had to buy froyo… Nothing better than spending a sunny day fishing with my little girl. ❤
This post’s soundtrack is a cover of the original song performed this past July by The Dave Matthews Band. Last night I really had to force myself to set an alarm to the darker-side of 5am. The prior night wasn’t the best sleep for me, and I knew it was going to be cold in the […]
No mist this morning but bachelor is looking great in gold.
Although fishing on a man-made impoundment doesn’t really qualify as a Wilderness Experience – I typically like to think any form of fishing should be an escape from it all. But during this outing the wilderness was going to have a soundtrack – a shitty soundtrack – supplied by campers nearby. The thunderstorm overhead had just […]
The trip to Cinder Hill Campground at East Lake has become an annual tradition for the Crawford family. And for good reason – the Newberry Caldera is a beautiful place and East Lake is quite fun to fish. Our favorite campsite was all reserved and as the school year had just finished up, our trip […]
The thunderstorm was marching straight towards Bend as we set out Sunday evening with Dustin’s alumaweld in tow. My smart phone even informed me of up-coming intense storm activity – while nickel sized hail hammered down on the truck at the gas station. But like everything in life, storms pass by quick. A slight breeze was […]