I took the girls to the hunting land recently to hopefully catch a stringer full of crappie for a big fish fry. So we loaded up the rods and reels, a cooler of snacks and a bucket full of minnows and headed … Continue reading
Well, here we are, nearly at mid-September, and soon the hot lazy days of summer will fade into cool, crisp fall mornings and evenings. The opportunities of going out and getting fresh tomatoes and okra out of the garden will … Continue reading
I had the good fortune this past week of spending the day on the Chattahoochee River with one of my best friends in the world, fishing from float tubes for rainbow and brown trout. He and I used to … Continue reading
When it comes to seafood, there ain’t a thing that I don’t like. Shrimp, fish, clams, oysters, give me a full plate of ‘em fried, grilled or steamed, and I’m a happy man. But one thing I REALLY love is … Continue reading
While we were visiting Ragin Cajun Meats in Buford, Georgia the other day (www.ragincajunmeats.com), we purchased a couple of pounds of alligator tail. I am learning this fine art of Cajun cooking, leaning on the advise of my Cajun friend … Continue reading
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While fishing for largemouth bass on a cool April morning this spring, I happened upon a large school of hybrids that I identified on my fish finder. I placed my boat in position to give them a try, and caught … Continue reading