May Fly-rod Challenge

I nearly freaked when I looked at my blog a week ago and realized I hadn’t posted anything this month. May is always a busy month to begin with. I’m finishing up spring concerts, getting exams ready to administer, making summer plans for my students and myself, and preparing groups to perform at graduation. To top that off, it’s been a windy, rainy month to boot. I did get to get out and make a few fresh water trips in my neighborhood lake and I made a Memorial Day weekend trip to False River.  I’m looking forward to getting down to the coast in June and July and I may even take a trip up north to do some cold water trout fishing!

So May’s species are the usual fresh water types. The first is a chinquapin.

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Next is a pretty little bass caught on a popper:

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And the third is a mixture of bluegill and chinquapin.

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