Anyone do any offshore fishing?? Caught my first white marlin two weeks ago … nice little catch
That’s beautiful! Love fishing man! Grew up in Florida and would fish every weekend. Have quite the investment in fishing tackle and kayaks lol
If I could get paid $30k to fish and hunt full time I’d probably quit pressure washing. Lol
I would do it for free if I didn’t have bills…lol
My dad an I ran an offshore charter service for years. I was deck hand. Texas gulf cost. We can fish year around
Yeah I have heard there some good fishing out there… i fish out of va beach and sometime run down to North Carolina
I’ve never been salt water fishing. I fish for bass, white perch, and catfish. Also bow fish a bit. Make my own spinner baits and hair jigs. Its a great feeling to catch a hiss on a bait that you created. I have been spear fishing in salt water and it’s a blast
I used to work for a hunting outfitter. We would spend weeks in the Rockies (Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico) scouting and guiding Elk & Mule Deer. Even used a plane to scout sometimes. Didn’t pay real well but I was young & single.
I live in the Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois. Bass, catfish, and crappie around here mostly. A little perch. Little further north and we can get some northern pike and walleye. I haven’t been fishing in the past couple years, been too busy. I need to get back out on the water.
I used to go to Garden of the Gods once a year. Beautiful down there. Also Pamona has some good wine.
The gods is one of my favorite spots. But my absolute fav is Glen O Jones. It’s right by the gods. FIshing is crap, besides small mouth bass and catfish when you bottom feed. But I grew up traveling from Chicago to camp there with my late father. Great memories.
I’ve never heard of the gardens of the gods. Where is it located ?
Harrisburg, IL. Kind of on the outskirts tho.
I thought they were talking about the only one I’ve ever been to in Colorado… apparently more than one garden of the gods
Yep, there is like 3 that I know of, I think.
The one on Colorado is cool too. I think that is where they have that kissing camels rock formation right?