If you haven't heard what's been going on down at Falcon, it isn't good. Supposedly a husband and wife were down there visiting and the husband was shot and killed by some Mexican pirates. We'll see how it shakes out. Because of this, our "Day on the Lake LIVE" that was scheduled for next month has been cancelled. We can't take that kind of chance.
I'm down at the lake house right now preparing to host my Dallas Theological Seminary hospitality event. What we're doing over the weekend is hosting some of the best donors the seminary has.
I get to do something really cool on Monday. I'm going to be addressing a group of Cub Scouts. I love getting to engage children in small groups like this, especially boys who love the outdoors.
I woke up this past Saturday morning, and I turned the TV on to Fox News like I always do without even thinking that it was September 11. I'll never forget sitting there with my kids, watching those planes fly into those building
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.