Smart move

Posted by on Monday, September 12, 2011 at 6:29 am



It is not wimpy to leave the water when something like this storm is approaching.  Safety on the lake demands a little common sense.   Most of us are blessed with a bit of this and really should use it. 

Lightening and graphite rods seem to attract one another.  It is the guy who waves one more.


Care with fire

Posted by on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 6:39 am


This is not something you want to see while on the lake. And it really is not something you want to be responsible for.  And particularly it is not something you want to pay for. 

A small fire on an island can quickly become a forest fire with the wrong winds and a little inattentiveness.  Fortunately, the more.


Most deadly sport?

Posted by on Wednesday, December 3, 2008 at 8:32 am

I am not sure if many who read this have seen a TV show called “MANswers“. It is definitely targeted towards the adolescent mind. Since my wife often reminds me I sometimes act adolescent, I figure I can learn some good stuff that may be useful when I grow up.

On this “educational” show, I learned that fishing is the more.


Near Miss

Posted by on Saturday, July 19, 2008 at 11:46 am

We get to hear many hair-raising stories of fishing valor and misadventures. There are some adventures that are good learning tools. We’ve seen our share of hooked fingers, filleted fingers, bruises, bumps and even scalps opened by carelessly tossed rocks. Last month we had another “learning” experience on Seseganaga Lake.

I can’t invent these kind of things. more.