Spring in Our Step

| February 8, 2009 | 3 Comments

hickory creek hybrids state fly fishing records

I woke up this morning, sat up, and the sun was in my eye. Now at first glance, you may say, “Big freakin’ deal”, but if you are tuned into where the sun dips to in the winter, and its trek back to northern latitudes, it is a big deal. To me, the shortest day of the year is reason to celebrate – from that point forward, days get longer and eventually warmer.

Needless to say, many of us try to force the issue in the waning days of North Texas winter, force fishing action

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Category: Fishing Reports, Fly Fishing for Largemouth Bass, Life Observed, North Texas, Writing

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  1. shannon says:

    Yeah. What a mug. Nothing like holding the biggest bass you’ve ever caught, trying to get a picture, fighting the wind, and get him back in the water as quick as possible — goodbye record … where are those forms! shannon

  2. Cindy says:

    didn’t the groundhog see his shadow?
    nice mug.

  3. Purple Hays says:

    Interesting. LET IT RAIN!

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