The opening of dove season was a blast (excuse the pun)!I'd like to say that I got my limit in 15 shots, but that wasn't the case this year.
Well, our most recent trip to Lake Falcon was a blast. I went with a buddy, Bryan Baker.
I'm looking forward to Falcon so much I can't see straight. The water was about a foot low a few days ago, but now it's back to 1 1/2 feet high again.
This past week I got to spend some time over in east Texas on a private lake that I have a vested interest in; it was one of the lakes I grew up fishing.
Well, the talk that I gave at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center last week went really well. It was a lot of fun and I learned a bunch of good stuff. It was a different forum than I was expecting, too.
Every time you go fishing, you have a story of a huge one that got away. You remember those stories just as much as you remember the 9-pounder you caught.
Last night we saw the Texas Rangers stomp the Oakland Athletics 7-4 and retain their lead in the AL West. During the 7th inning stretch, six people in my section lined up and asked for my autograph right there in the ballpark.
t ICAST, there are representatives from the largest tackle buyers in the world to the little guy who sells a few things on his Web site. They're all here.
I haven't been fishing since the season's been over, and I'm really feeling the need to get on the water. This may be the longest period I can remember that I haven't been fishing.
This has been the most restful week the Jones household has had in a long time. I've gotten to enjoy one of my favorite things: cooking on the grill.