Lake Fishing- 02APR2022

After a full night of rain, we didn’t have much hope of catching anything but decided to go anyway. If nothing else, we’d be able to stretch our legs as well as letting Zip run all over.

We decided to take our bigger rods since we were hoping for White Bass or even a Striper. In the end, we caught nothing but rays of sunshine.

Her first time out with her new Yeti Panga 28 backpack.
Zip on “Alert”

Interestingly enough…in the picture above, Zip keyed in on a Beaver that we didn’t notice.

Beaver (Castor canadensis)
He wasn’t scared of us and never went far from that tree. We left the beaver alone and continued on our way.
Changing lures.
Zip always stays pretty close…so that’s good!
Retrieving a stuck lure. Water temps right now are around 54F.
Mission accomplished.

It’s still early in the season and our weather patterns are all over the map from 84F down to 31F…and sometimes, that swing is in one day. Factor in the spring rains and its a toss-up if we can go fishing. And being back to work hasn’t made it any easier. We’re relegated to only fishing weekends at this point.

Her setup.
My setup.

Zip is getting better on the car rides so that is a huge plus. I feel like I’m starting to ramble so I will finish this post up and say “Thank You for reading it.”

We’ll catch you on the next one!

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