Catch a Big Bass and Everyone Smiles :)

Ben Reynolds and his two sons came fishing with me for two days. I have to say that taking young people fishing that is hungry for the knowledge of fishing is one of the most rewarding things a professional guide can do. To watch them have an experience of a lifetime putting that knowledge into action and watch their faces light up with the feelings of success is so rewarding, that the pay becomes secondary.
Colton nicknamed ( “Quickdraw,” so named for his impatient hook set) got the first trophy of the day on our first morning. A 10-1/2 pound trophy Lake Toho bass. Huntington (“Garfish,” nicknamed for his ability to feed the garfish all of his shiners) got the big fish of the second day. A 9-1/2 pound largemouth bass.
I am sure that many fun days on the water are still to come for this family, as the smile, joy, and excitement on all of their faces tell you they are a family HOOKED ON FISHING!

Till next time tight lines and good fishing….
From Staff Writer Capt John Leech ([email protected])
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