The river is getting better each week. It was rough there for awhile after all that rain May 2-7. Just goes to show ya how fragile the river is. And all the while YOUR city doesn't give a crap about it. Navy and shipping that's it.
Oh and BTW.....the JSO has the big nice building with 1/2 million dollar boats sitting on lifts along with FWC's boats. And all the while next door at the Lions Club boat ramp there isn't even a Port-a-let to use. The rest rooms are shut down. That's a joke!
I'm thinking about becoming a regular writer to the Editor of the Times Union, and point out such things that could make this area more enticing. I just wish "that river" was more of a concern to Jacksonville.
You know what deeper and more dredging will mean? Less resource and just more current.
Last Edit: Jun 2, 2013 7:04:01 GMT -5 by JB.i Staff
Had Walker and his wife Sarah aboard the Jettywolf on Sunday.
As it turned out. Sarah had no fishing experience at all. She didn't know how to cast a spinning reel, didn't know how to hold the rod.....Nothing!
But, she was a quick study. And what happened?
Yep, you guessed it. Sarah out-fished her Husband!!!!!~
We ended up with a big box of Trout, and one Flounder. Trout to 24". Of course, I helped out. But not wanting to catch. But just showing what and how to fish each spot. Be it using a Matrix Shad, a Kick-A-Mullet, or a float-rig and live shrimp.
I told Walker, what might happen. He said, "I'm Okay with that. Happy Wife-Happy Life." seeing they were Newlyweds and all.
And I was right, when I told him the day before that his wife may out fish him.
It was a fun day. Sarah also caught Jacks, hooked a few Ladyfish and caught one Bluefish and a Flounder.