a good day of fishing: Let yourself go. - 03/09/14 11:51 AM
Let yourself go.
 
 
Fishing that is!
 
During the warmer, sweet days of Summer you may find us at any given time letting ourselves go fishing on the banks in southern Utah. Baiting. Casting. Catching and releasing while making regular withdrawals. 
 
Looking forward to getting to the lake and catching a few again!
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a good day of fishing: Quiet reflection amid the chaos. - 08/25/13 12:16 AM
Quiet reflection amid the chaos.

The lake offers an optimum setting for reflection, especially when the water mirrors the everchanging skyscape. Seeking tranquility is necessary to reenergize, reboost for hectic times. The surrounding solitude offers peace to clear the mind...shhhh! If you lend an ear, you can almost hear the clouds rolling by.
Oh! I think I got a bite!
So much for quiet, here comes the chaos!
Are you ready for it?
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a good day of fishing: Ode to a day of fishing: Rinse and repeat often. - 08/18/13 12:44 AM
Ode to a day of fishing: Rinse and repeat often.
 
 
Bait. Cast. Wait. At last! A catch. Throw back.
 
Re-bait. Cast. A tug! Success. Rinse and repeat. Often.
 
There is nothing quite like being on the lake with optimum temperatures, a cooling breeze keeping you company while fishing the memorable day away. In order to be successful while fishing you must rinse and repeat often. This applies to business too!
 
Happy Sunday all!
 
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a good day of fishing: CAUTION: Do not use babycrawlers when prospecting... - 08/14/13 11:45 PM
CAUTION: Do not use babycrawlers when prospecting...
 
 
Unless you're looking for less than average results!
 
While at the store buying last minute items for an afternoon fishing trip at Panguitch Lake, my husband inadvertently grabbed a container of Babycrawlers rather than the usual large, beefy earthworms. We get to the lake, settle in and cast our lines. Immediately, my husband snags a trout and as he begins to reel in, he notices the fish is not putting up much of a fight.
 
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a good day of fishing: Re-bait. Re-cast. Rinse in the drink and repeat often! - 07/04/13 10:59 PM
Re-bait. Re-cast. Rinse in the drink and repeat often!
 
 
Early morning travels to our favorite fishing spot allow us to capture the day's beginning. The cloud cover creates some beautiful scenes with the sun peeking through at intervals, as we continued to our destination. 
 
 
 
We arrive and set up for a day of fishing...
 
 
Sweet success! We caught our limit, including a nice 3 pound trout that is perfect for smoking! What an amazing day that yielded excellent results! I highly recommend the proven methods of re-bait, re-cast, rinse in the drink and repeat often, you will net some rewards for your efforts!
 
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