The second half of our double
header day greeted us with an uncommon site on the river shore. A phenomenal lunch,
prepared the night before
by – you guessed it - our guides mother, complete with table
Chicken, Wraps, Baked Beans,
Cheese Cake, Strawberry Rubarb Toppings, and more.
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
Get this guy on the phone and book a day with
him on the New River. Sammy was a blast to spend
the day with – not
just the great conversation but world class treatment on and off the
water. We decorated
the shores with his
shiny lures like a Christmas tree all day and he kept on
he was crying a bit I’m not sure.
me that he
only lost one. Hmmm.
Lets talk about the two that got
away – they’re always the bigger ones right? Taylor
hooked into a 4 lb smallmouth,
fought him long enough for each of us to see him jump a few times
– then for
some reason Taylor
released him early. Taylor
is a true sportsman.
Besides the numerous smallies that
Jeff landed throughout the day the end of the trip got the heart
his first muskie slammed his spinner bait and quickly severed the line. A few minutes later we
could see the muskie
up stream jumping as he tried to throw my lure back to me.
At 3PM we were back in the RV and
headed 320 miles south to South Carolina’s
Santee-Cooper where Day #3 will see us taking a stab at tangling with