Wednesday, August 30, 2006


Just the way a good Fall trip should, plenty of Columbia King to go around.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Lucky Liar

Well, we decided to hit the ole river once again in search of the Columbia King. We launched at 0900 and anchored at 0920. Werblers went out, and the third and final Columbia King hit the deck at 1115. Home by 1300 and back to sleep.

Here is the final fish, it really wanted that lure...........gorked!

The kid is pretty good with reelin em in, I think this is her personal best. 26 lber!!!

I have a limit pic from the boat next to me, I will post it when I get it.

Monday, August 28, 2006


After a long day of fishing, it is good to let off some steam. We found some unsuspecting ladies enjoying the weather. They looked like they were hot, so I decided to help them out. Look how wet the beach was when we were done, classic!

Sunday, August 27, 2006

I was right

Lots of profanity, so turn your volume down if you can't handle it!

Thursday, August 24, 2006

I got a feeling.

I have a feeling that this weekend is going to be a good one!

Tuesday, August 15, 2006


Here is a pic I took on July 9th.

Here is one I took on August 14th

Growing like a weed.

Saturday, August 12, 2006


I am bored, I think I will fly down to AZ and see what is going on down there!

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Beat the heat

Today The Kid and I went over to the other side of the world and got a few supplies for the upcoming Astoria season. While there, we decided to get Turk into swimming. I think I have one of the only "water dogs" that doesn't like swimming. He will go in to the point he starts to float and that is it. He doesn't want any part of it. We will keep working on him.

Saturday, August 05, 2006


Slow start, but we are getting the hang of it!

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Let the games begin!

Had the day off and decided to meet up with a friend from work and her family for an overnight trip at the beach. Now I can't get near the beach without a fishing pole, let alone my sled and full setup. We settled into the bay on the last part of the flood and made our first pass. My rod starts hammering, and I set the hook and pass it off to MJS. It was her first ever salmon trip and I think she enjoyed it. With a little coaching from me, we got this nice 18lber in the net, first pass of the day!

Her Dad was quite proud of her.

Once we got back to camp, the Kid saddled up the horses and took off down the beach. She had a great time with some great horses and great weather.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Gonna need a bigger boat!

This is a pretty cool video. I can't imagine having that factor to deal with it.

Fishing for Tarpon