For quite a while now I've been planning on trying to fish Snipes shoals south of PoBiddy Road. I've fished south of the road before, but I try to be careful about not biting off more than I can chew and get too far down stream where I regret the the trip back or worse get stuck after dark still needing to get up stream. In the lower Flint (e.g. above Lake Blackshear) , that is less of an issue because you don't have the get out and drag up the shoals issues as you do this time of here on this section of the river.
Went to the Bond Swamp National Wild life refuge just below Macon Georgia yesterday and fished in the Stone Creek. The place looked like it should have some good fish and smelled like it should have some good fish, but I just did not catch any. Well that is not exactly true, I did manage to catch one two inch bream. Place was full of small minnow sized fish along the bank so I know there are fish there. Of course, I did fish from 12pm to 3pm and that is probably the worst time to fish.
Well I moved all my fishing equipment to my living room. This is alternatively called the "Dome"
The idea seem to be working. Every time I walk to the kitchen I see my kayak and think of new rigging ideas.
Now I just need to catch some fish.
It's Saturday and I have several hours of computer work, but I also want to do some building type work. What I need to do is finish the piece of ferro-cement roof that I'm working on currently. It's basically a small vault over a nice picture glass window that came out out a massage parlor they tore down in Columbus Georgia. I'll try to take some photos today to give everyone a better idea of what I'm working on.
Is it possible to be a Buddhist to be a fisherman. Does that mean catch and release only. But what about the pain inflicted by the hook. Yet even so what if the fisherman is not a vegetarian. Is it not possible to fish in some rhythmic sync with nature where one does not over harvest but participates in the cycles of life and death.
Trying to figure on when and where to take my next fishing trip. My general plan is to fish once a week. I say general because, well it's not set in stone. I was thinking of heading over to Camper's haven just above Lake Blackshear on the mighty flint river.
The bad news is I have a bit of sore throat this morning and I am not sure if it's just something that is going to pass quickly or if I should wait on the fishing trip. My alternative day will be Sunday morning.
Well on Saturday Oct 1st, my friend and co-worker John will be heading and participating in our second Drupal Camp at the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Conference Center in Midtown Atlanta.
Wow this will be very exiting.
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Hope to see you there!
Went fishing at the Chattahoochee river just below Columbus Georgia. They were starting to tear down a dam that they will make into a white water course.
The river was muddy and I am guess at least some part of it was due to the construction.
I didn't catch much in the way of fish (OK, I did catch some bream.)
I did see two cute little fauns on a island. I tried to take some photos, but they did not turn out so good.
Well, I have a ton of computer work to do, but still, I think for mental health, I should take at least part of Saturday evening and go fishing.
Yea, I want to try that.