2020….new boat, new truck…new attitude…same outcome…hope not!!

What do you do when you can’t fish?  Well, I put new line on reels, replace hooks, reorganize tackle…and name kayaks for the new season.  Ok, maybe silly…but I am going to have fun with the rest of my days on this earth!  I have worked too much, still do…so why not enjoy it? I … Continue reading 2020….new boat, new truck…new attitude…same outcome…hope not!!

Caney Fork guy out of water…or a Hobie guy in a NuCanoe world

Last weekend was an extremely tough one for me.  My Joy was at St. Thomas with her dad, so I was home without her (he is home now! And so is she).  I had worked too long a week and was completely exhausted…and the real problem; there was no tournament.  Did you hear me…no tournament … Continue reading Caney Fork guy out of water…or a Hobie guy in a NuCanoe world

Hobie like your Barishnikov…or not…

Just home from Guntersville, I went there after attending the “Fishing for Soldiers” event where a bunch of us from Clarksville fished Chickamauga.  It was a pretty awesome tournament, and they had some pretty cool raffle prizes.  I was fortunate enough to pick up a Hobie H-Crate jr, and a Stanley Cooler…but the real winners … Continue reading Hobie like your Barishnikov…or not…

kayaks with motors….an opinion

I love kayak tournaments.  I have been a part of every event I can find since the first CAKFG event I fished three – maybe four - years ago.  I travel thousands of miles annually chasing them because I love the comradery, the competition and the adventures my wife and I share as we travel.  … Continue reading kayaks with motors….an opinion

..CAKFG…my first second family…

CAKFG battle of the creeks…. To say I was excited by the prospect of a local tournament on the creeks…which included Yellow Creek….in the afternoon, in late August would be an understatement. The tourney was slated to run from 4 to 10 p.m. on any one of the local creeks between here  (Clarksville) and Dover, … Continue reading ..CAKFG…my first second family…