arlin report thought(s) of the day: Fishing vs. golf


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I’d rather be playing golf, but there is a threat of rain, and the ground is pretty soft now as it is (Missouri). I want to experiment with bait I have only used once before. Had a tip to go from chicken breast to chicken thighs. The thighs are tougher not mushy like the breasts. Stay on the hook better and the fish don’t nibble it off as easily. Too saw a video where they marinade some garlic and garlic marinade. Give it a good luring smell for the channel cats. Not fishing with the whole chicken like this photo (has to be a joke). Just the thighs. Gotta go!!

GONE FISHING!

3 thoughts on “arlin report thought(s) of the day: Fishing vs. golf”

    1. I tried chicken thighs with garlic marinade; not even a bite! They were just nibbling on nightcrawlers. I got nothing. There was this guy (Japanese and no I am not being racial). I thought he was going home empty, asked him. He pointed in a 5 gal. bucket he was carrying. About an 8-10 pound catfish. Only one he caught. When he left, I was the only one on the lake. Was a light drizzle. I actually get sore from fishing, not golf. Standing still for a long period (or even sitting in a chair) makes my butt cheeks sore! 🙂

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  1. YOU MAY WIN A FEW ROUNDS WITH GOLF AND GET SOME VITAMIN D FROM THE SUNLIGHT; HOWEVER, WHEN YOU GO FISHING NOT ONLY DO YOU GET VITAMIN D FROM THE SUNLIGHT, BUT YOU CAN BRING SOME OMEGA 3 HOME ALONG WITH THE FISH. FISHING IS MORE OF A WIN, WIN, THING, THAT IS IF YOU BRING SOME FISH HOME.

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