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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Winter, spring, summer, or fall, Illinois has great fishing.

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Fishing is one of the few redeeming features of this state. When I find that I can’t get out and do some of it myself, I’ll be spending time reading about it at Mark’s blog, Intro to the Outdoors

Mark in Illinois, I'd like to introduce you to The Fishing Musician in Texas. 

Before you guys think that I am on  your level, please understand that the only time I ever catch fish is when I am out with an expert (photo is from around 8-years ago).

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2 comments:

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
I need to give fishing another try one of these days.

As a boy I went with my Grandfather. After he passed away I didn't really want to, association I guess.

All my adult life I have caught my fish at the super market.

Mark said...

Thanks for the mention. If you look back at some of my posts, my level is very close to beginner. I'm hoping to tear into 'em this year tho. If I find a few sweet spots here in IL, I'll let you know.