Graybeard Outdoors banner

1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
3,084 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Here it is Oct.15 and we haven't had a frost yet.Hope this means we will have open water for more than 3 or 4 days this opener.
Tom
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
647 Posts
Tom
This constant drizzling rain is starting to get old and bum me out. I plan to start after **** on the 20th for a hard 5 day run. If it keeps up like this I'm going to be doing way more walking than I want to. Wet fields mean farmers don't want me driving some places, it also mean not as much corn off. Some places are just to wet to drive, not to mention dealing with big fat mud ball ****. I plan to trap hard for those 5 days then my brother is coming to town to duck hunts for couple days. Stays this wet I might have to just leave the traps hang and stay in the duck marsh when he leaves. We never dried out after the 16 inch rain, flood in August. Since it just drizzles on enough to keep a constant muck going. The river for some reason is at spring levels even though the rain hasn't been as much north of here.
It's Just kinda startin to get old and me P.Oed.

Mac

"Never Forget Which Way Is Up!"
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
3,084 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
mark, we have had 15 days of rain, so far this month.Did get another doz. of new Duke stoploss ready for dipping yesterday.They are hanging out in the rain now.They will be ready for the bucket, if it ever stops raining.
Tom
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
647 Posts
Tom
Ya got to love then little Dukes, good piece of steel. I found out today I might have to spend some time this week yet or next in the river looking for some evidence. So the trapping might get put off for a bit or interrupted some with that. I don't like the idea of goofing up my trapping vacation. But this would be adventure diving and this bad guy needs to get hammer with the max sentence.
So like the river I'm going with the flow, Film at 10:00 LOL!

Mac
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
Top