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Casting Practice

June 29, 2014

June 1, 2014

I awoke in the wee hours to the sound of torrential rain and thunder.  As a fisherman, you know that the odds of catching fishing after a major storm are greatly reduced and yet you still feel the need to at least give it shot once the storm has passed.  About noon things had cleared up, well at least it wasn’t raining and lighting, and I decided I needed to get out of the house before my three beloved children drove me completely bonkers.   The pads were just starting to fill in on Bush Lake and since you never know for sure what the fish are going to do I grabbed the fly rod and a couple of bass flies and began flailing away.  Just as I suspected at four in the morning – nothing.  Well, at least I got some good casting practice in.

– Hats

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