New Video: Giving it our Best: A day trip to Harkers Island

I don’t get out fishing much these days, but when the opportunity arises, it is go big or nothing. As such, a when a free day came along this fall, and Sara agreed to watch the baby, I woke at 3am to go find the false albacore of Harkers Island. Unfortunately the water was too warm, and albert was out at sea. The day was still success by many standards and over too quickly. Just like this video.
If you have time, check out some of the sweet items we’ve got for out TU holiday party auction this year. Patagonia donated some pretty sweet stuff! 

Rest Easy, Friday Night: Vol. 16: The Musical Education of Leaky Waders

So many things rush through my head, sitting next to this new little addition to our family. He surely is an amazing little man.

I started to think of music, and, if he likes music, what his journey will be. Then I thought, hmm, what are the big songs that influenced me through the years. I’m going to go WAY back on this one. I’ve been all over the place. I’m sure if I thought about it longer, I could come up with SO many more. 
Enjoy the seemingly endless supply of youtube videos!
“Rubber Ducky”- Ernie
“Star Wars Theme”
Michael W. Smith “Friends are Friends”
“In the Jungle” – The Nylons
Aladdin “A Whole New World”
Audio Adrenaline “Big House”
Eric Clapton Unplugged “Tears in Heaven”
Mr. Big “To Be With You”
Weird Al Yankovic “Yoda”
Dave Matthews “Crush”
Dire Straights “Money for Nothing”
Peter Frampton “Baby I Love Your Ways”
Tom Petty “Free Fallin'”
Wyclef Jean “Staying Alive”
Tim McGraw “Live Like You Were Dying”
Regina Spektor “Real Love”

Ryan Adams “Winding Wheel”
Conor Oberst “Moab”
Tallest Man on Earth “Love is All”
Josh Ritter “Temptation of Adam”
Angus and Julia Stone “Paper Aeroplane”

Rest Easy, Friday Night: Vol 14. Josh Ritter… plus… Painting Through Prosek

To kick your weekend off, try out some of the great tunes from Josh Ritter. I had heard of him a couple years ago, but never really gave him a try until February. So good. oh, and after the music are some pics of the most recent James Prosek attempt. I’ve decided to give the project a name. 
Painting Through Prosek.
It will be slow going, but I’ll get there. 
Only like 60+ more fish to go. 
And now, the Quebec Red Trout.
Prosek paints this deep lake trout with greens, blues, and grays along the back.
The pattern is different than a brookie, but there are many similarities.  

I feel enjoyed trying to get the belly right.