1 Mu Hobe
Type: Posts; User: noahvale
1 Mu Hobe
They live there. We are just visitors.
You gotta shave you legs. But not your beard..:lol:
You need to build an airplane hanger to store that beast in. :hide:
I always kept mine on a trailer with a tarp over it. No PA anymore, but that is still how I store my yak.
Registration is up: http://bckfc.org/FNT/
I'm planning on getting there early in the morning and doing some fly fishing for bream.
My 2006 Chevy with a 4.8 v8 gets 20mpg on the highway. It only has 187k on it. I'll drive it until it falls apart. I figure I've got about another 100k to go.
You can launch in the public launch. Go to the second canal to the right. That will take you into the marsh next to Catfish Lake. Work the shoreline for reds. Near the one camp that is back there...
I'll be there. Got some stuff to sell. I'll have my Kilroy and Trail Trekker cart if anyone wants to see them.
There will be no way the morning of, but is possible Friday evening. I send you a PM.
Tomorrow is the last day to sign up online. I will be taking down the registration page Friday morning before I head south.
Copied from FB:
* A $100 gift card donated by Cabela's
* A sweet "Tournament" series rod and reel combo (valued at approx. $150) also...
Time to get signed up! Rumor has it that there will be some raffle items and hot food at the weigh in.
Be careful, it's a slippery slope you are heading towards!
There have been a lot of questions from new members about tournament payouts. Only Paddlepalooza and Falln' Tide have kayaks as prizes. Angler Of The Year winner at the end of the year wins a kayak...
I have a TFO spinning rod. It has become my favorite rod. $99 with a lifetime warranty! I like it almost as much as my TFO 5wt BVK fly rod and that's saying a lot.
* = Big Fish Entry
8 Horseshoe Butt*
There is a Store link at the top of the forum, and has been added to the main page.
602 preregistered before the online registration cutoff. That's a lot of plastic...
Address: 901 Stanford Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Take the Acadian exit off I-10. Go left, Acadian becomes Stanford past Perkins. Can't miss it, look for the lake.
When we get them we should all get together in a circle with all of them deployed in the middle and fill some ice chests.
Site 23 reserved at GISP. First RTB for me.