Attention all Fourth of July holiday week boaters, canoe enthusiasts, kayakers, sailboat aficionados and personal watercraft operators.
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After a cold winter with reasonable precipitation, spring came late to much of the Prairie Pothole Region of the northern U.S. and southern Canada.
First off I want to thank the Choctaw Event Center for one of the best shows last Friday night I have been to. The service from the Choctaw show staff was outstanding. If you even looked a little lost or confused they came to you or were easy to find.
As hard as it is to believe, the year 2014 is nearly half over.
This has been a week of deep reflection for yours truly, a time of contemplation brought on by the various events of the week.
After a short fishing trip Friday I came back to the house. Bite was slow — in fact it was non-existent. I had made up my mind I was just gonna stay in bed come 4 a.m. Saturday morning. I did and napped to 7. This was the latest I have gotten up since I don’t know when. I should have fished but the bed felt good.
For shotgun shooting enthusiasts, there are few things more fun than yelling “Pull!,” then tracking a bright orange clay pigeon target across the blue sky, and finally pulling the trigger as the target acclerates away from the shooter.
Starting off, a big “atta boy” to Chris Bobo and his partner, Tanner Legg, for their third-place finish in last weekend’s BLT tournament on Texoma. They beat out a lot of top local bass fishermen to make a good payday. This tournament was also filmed so he just might show up on TV.