Spring Thinking and Dreaming

It’s mid-March and the snow is all but gone. There are clumps of white hanging on in the areas where several feet deep snowbanks towered just over one week ago, but otherwise, the land is various shades of brown and green. We went from furiously trying to seal up drafts…

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Book Review – Closer To The Ground By Dylan Tomine

Sometimes, I am truly surprised by a book. I begin reading it and expect to find nothing more than another good read, only to realize I have actually begun on a fantastic journey that I can’t stand to take a break from. Closer to the Ground was one of these…

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A Sunday Without Fishing

I tweeted it, I posted it on Facebook, but I’ll say it again – not fishing on a Sunday sucks! My plans for yesterday involved hitting Belwood Lake for some opening weekend pike (and possibly walleye) action. My water heater had other ideas. When I stopped myself just short of…

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