I've realized that Kokanee fishing will never be like it was when I was a "Kid" always having the pressure to preform on the lake is taking a toll.
I think my wife really doesn't need me on the boat anymore to catch fish.
Debbie doesn't have to pack food when we go camping because of all the invites to dinner... Thanks everyone!!!!!
Things are always better down on the East End of Odell Lake and it feels great to be appreciated. Having a great relationship with the owner and his family makes fishing feel like fishing and not a "Job", plus having Jon, "The Resort Owner" out on the water guiding and being able to share fishing information helped put fish in both our boats.
Even after eating Kokanee over and over again it never gets old, and cooking them by the campfire like I used to with my Dad is fantastic and I need to do it more often.
Next year I need to do a few road trips to fish different locations even though it's extremely hard to leave Odell Lake... Don't Leave Fish To Find Fish.... Right?
Starting to feel like I have my game down and I'm starting to feel confident in my fishing abilities even though I know there is still a lot to learn.
Best part of fishing is still all the great people you get to meet, and all the new freinds you get to make.
I also want to just say Thank You to all the people who help me out you know who you are, but the biggest thanks goes to my Wife who puts up with me, and my Dad and Grandpa who taught me how to respect nature, and make the best looking fillet around. Of course I've been getting a ton of practice
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