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since I didn't have a tournament on Sunday, she took me out to the Phillies game. Tony Luke's cheese steak, and a couple of brews on a beautiful afternoon. I'll take it. 

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Proud papa. My boy made it through high school, and with all grades in the 90's! 18767566_10212949301193652_3330766552222953428_n.thumb.jpg.c64a46fdd2a3c271bbc39a25c2e9f45e.jpg

Now, get a job, and a haircut...

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Reflecting back on when Lake Ontario was around two feet low, while right now it's almost three feet high, billions of dollars in damages, a couple of fatalities, house falling into the lake, boating suspended....

 

Better days:

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Panorama of a storm approaching at Smith Mountain Lake from my last tournament...Never got on any quality fish so this is my only 'good' photo from the trip :(.  I did catch one on this point just before the downpour started though.  

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My youngest hauling in a 28+" striper on Saturday by the

James River Bridge. Was fishing with soccer buddy's family.

 

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And yes. I'm well aware (after I rec'd the pic) he wasn't wearing a PFD. 

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Actually...I don't know. The folks he went with are quite good

at Striper fishing, so I'm gonna assume an eel... Funny though, 

I never asked.


But I'm guaranteeing it weren't no wacky rig :) 

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Love me an SG.  If you want here what those OG John Good built black badge Collector's Series sound like on stage, here you go, straight off the board with a little reverb in post.

 

 

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Story behind the pic. My dad met me at the ramp at my favorite panfish lake early afternoon. It's a small lake, maybe 200 acres. I had already been fishing for a couple hours and it was extremely slow. We left the ramp and trolled around the entire shoreline casting docks and weed lines and picked up a couple gills and perch. We were within spitting distance of the ramp on our way in when we found the honey hole. There was a small downed tree against the shoreline. All the crappies were caught in a 10' x 10' area. in 2fow.   

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Thats awesome. Crappie are by far my favorite fresh water fish to eat, and I only dream of happening upon a honey hole that produces a bag like that. My crappie catches are always few and far between, and usually have to fill out my fish fry with bluegill, pumpkinseed and perch. Did catch my PB perch earlier today though! 

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