This is a different kind of fishing report, but thought some of you, with kids , might want to give this a try. Got to the party and my daughter asked if I would give her a hand with one of the kid's games. She handed me a fishing rod and a box and donuts. I figured that I could handle that. Kids have to put their hands behind their back and stay on their knee's. You would have thought the donuts were gold. It was alot of fun until we ran out of donuts and 25 6 yr olds , got alittle roudy. I usually say that being on the water is the best, but not today. Had a great time with the grandkids, even better when you can go home and leave the mess. Rich
Just remember to mash the barbs down first..;
This is how "force fishing" got started.
That's great, one for the memory bank.
At first when I saw the title...I thought you went trolling...
I bet you made those kids pay some kind of surcharge / handling fee or something?..
Good stuff Coach..posting pics..next thing you know you'll be able to get pics on that phone of yours...
Fishing on Predator..Parker 23SE F225
"Light tackle jig barbless"
Nice job with the kiddos coach. We need to get you a lesson on how to rotate those pics next time.
1995 17' Bass Tracker TX17 40 HP Merc
I bet that would work on Wednesdays with Jamie and Phil too.
Good thing you brought your best rod and reel.
What is the proper jigging technique when targetting 6-year olds?
Is there a citation size threshold for 6-year olds?
Did you try different donut varieties to see if that changed your catch rate?
Scout 162 Sportfish
Native Watercraft Manta Ray 11, Slayer Propel 10, and Slayer Propel 13
Looks like trolling day camp - best to start them young.
What could be more mundane than dying of old age or of natural causes when there is death by misadventure to be pursued ? Skip