Sunday, February 22, 2009

Saved on Sunday

Rob and I went out fishing again today. 4 hours on the lake and this is what we came up with.



It is a little too early to fish here but we are dedicated beer drinkers..err fisherman. It was windy and hard to keep the boat in a position so both of us could fish out on the open water, so we gave up on the main lake and went back into the original river channel. Well that did nothing but wear our battery down (there are no gas powered motors allowed on this lake as we get our drinking water from it) to the point we could not make it back to the boat dock we launched from. Luckily Supergurl was flying over and heeded our call for assistance, to make a long story short we caught a fish a piece (I will not post the picture of mine for fear of ridicule) and Supergurl is true to her name.

I did not have to swim...today. God bless you Supergurl.

8 comments:

SuperGurl said...

It was in the cards. Stranger still how much more I see of you online. It's a crime and we should remedy that.

Was great to see ya. Plus, I thought it was kind of cool to get a "Mom" call from my virtual son brother. Was happy to help.

CharlieDelta said...

WTF kerrcarto? I've been asking for fishing pics for how long and all of a sudden you launch a CBU?

Bitchen dude! It's been too long since I've had a relaxing day on the water.

I miss Daylight Savings. Until that kicks in, it's dark when I get home from work. As the day's get longer so does my sanity? I love Spring time...

What's up Supergurl? Such a doll! That's a first class rescue right there! Two drunks in a boat stranded while fishin? BWAHHHAHAHAHA! Send me the pic of kerrcaro paddling in with empty Shiner bottles...

rayvet said...

Not sure if I understand the logic of no gas powered boats on a water supply resevoir. Don't they have a treatment plant that cleans the water before they send it to your faucet? We have good old Lake Sidney Lanier as our source of drinking water, and man, there's a few (thousand) power boats that use it regularly. Where is it you reside again? Was it Mexifornia? If so, maybe that would explain the illogical logic? Anyway, fishing on an electric motor lake is pretty nice. Much more quiet, no big wakes, so certainly nicer for the experience.

kerrcarto said...

Rayvet, I am in Texas. They do not allow gas powered motors for who knows why, but it does not bother me, the lake is not all that big. Maybe 150 yds wide at the dam and as you go back into the original river about 10 yds wide until you can't get a boat any further.

Jackie D said...

rayvet - I'm with you on the illogical logic. Brings to mind the WC Fields line, "I never drink water because of the disgusting things that fish do in it."

Paul said...

Are those rivers catch and release or can you take them home? We have a lot of catch and release rivers up here.

kerrcarto said...

You can take 'em home, but we catch and release simply because we are usually to drunk....err tired to clean fish when we get home.

SuperGurl said...

nice edit! i sound more superiffic without the Wendy's! thanks, i have always wanted to do a flyover.