Apr 262017
 

After the winter from H E double hockey sticks, we are ready for the 2017 fishing season to get started. The second wettest winter in the past one hundred years. When you talk about record rain and snow in the Pacific Northwest, you are talking about a lot of water. If you’re going to complain about the weather, the PacNW is not the place to be living, but enough is enough. Even though this statement may bring six more weeks of winter, we here at watermanatwork.com are going out on a limb and saying that the worst of the 2016-17 winter is behind us and we are going fishing this weekend. Kayak is on standby and we’re ready to go if the wind dies down in a couple days.

Kayak on standby for the 2017 fishing season

We got the kayaks out, but, as you can see in the photo, we got the mower out as well. All this rain is really making the grass grow. Grass has to be growing about an inch a day, but since we have mostly weeds, it’s two or three inches a day. Soon as it dries out, we got 6-12″ of grass to cut.

We are ready and raring to go smallmouth bass fishing and we think the day is coming soon…

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