REFLECTIONSIt’s that time of year again when we all look back on what 2013 had in store for us. I’m sure for many people it was a year full of joy with new Babies (baby McGannon), weddings, great fishing and many life celebrations. While most everyone had to deal with some sort of less joy full experiences this past year albeit a lost of a loved one, loss of job or just a getting skunked while on your annual fishing trip. None the less we all experience good with the bad each year and it’s
Originally Posted by gymman
Originally Posted by Mako
Guess they're still biting. About 23" and about 8 lbs. Hand measured and estimated weight to get it back in the water quicker.
"Go fish" someplace else, DoubleH. Photoshop'd.
I picked up some chicken liver today, letting it thaw out now and then I'll head out for some catfishing at the Base Lake later on this afternoon and evening. Hopefully I don't end up empty handed like I have been the past few days.
Originally Posted by tjm
Well I have an Oregon, but can't give much of a review because I rarely use it. I got an iPhone from work shortly after buying it. Since I have my phone on me all the time anyway it's just easier to use, and there are plenty of apps for hunting.,Now if I was truly going into the wilderness, then a dedicated GPS would be the way to go.
i know what you mean, I really like the smart phone but want the detailed boundaries and land owner information. Does anyone know if there are ay GPS