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Posted on November 17, 2016
As the seasons turn, all things turn. Life springs forth, grows, evolves, flowers and decays to repeat again yet, in a different way. Each cycle is unique. Everything we know is shaped in some way by this turning, the fish are no exception.... more »
Posted on September 4, 2016
The fishing is has been picking up for a great fall bite here on Lake Texoma with the cooler weather we have been having. We are catching a lot of nice sized sandbass and a few nice stripers on most every trip now. I'm glad that we have the... more »
Posted on December 9, 2015
Life as a fishing guide is an ever changing adventure and I am grateful for every moment I get to spend out on the water. Through my years of fishing, I have learned to find appreciation in the challenge to catch fish and to overcome the... more »
Posted on November 18, 2015
Finding rhythm with the constant of change I watch drought turn to flood, return to drought and back to flood again. The lake has risen and fell 30 ft or better over the span of about 4-5 months and what a ride it has been. The entire lake... more »
Posted on May 19, 2015
As we move swiftly from drought to flood I find appreciation in how quickly change occurs. To embrace the change which is out of our hands lends to a deep peace. Be it drought or flood, we let go of the idea that there is a problem to embrace... more »