Tag: Boating & Fishing
For about one year I belonged to the two Inland Empire Fishing Facebook groups, one of them the Inland Empire Bass Fishing Facebook group. I stayed in compliance with their ‘group rules’ but got removed by their administrators. Why? For reporting inappropriate posts to their administrators. Those posts I reported were clearly in violation of
Will the Lowrance HOOK Reveal 7 work over 300’ depth of sea level? Boaters told me “no,” but a Lowrance expert showed me how, here’s how you do it. This will enable you to see structure in the deeper parts.
In the original video, I gave a 15-minute commentary about this rod and reel, but since the garage was over 100 degrees, my GoPro kept shutting off “due to heat.” Since the video was a mess, I ended up making a shorter music video out of it. Perhaps later I’ll do a field review of
That is why my wife always tells me “Wear your lanyard!” (especially if I’m alone). It’s common to hear “Securite” broadcasts all day long, but when I hear a “Pan Pan” or a “Mayday Mayday”, listening vessels must be ready to assist or relay. The following is from The BoatUS Foundation. In emergency situations, there
The wide-screen GoPro doesn’t do justice, so ENLARGE VIDEO TO FULL SCREEN. Today I planned to go to Catalina Island for breakfast. But that all changed when I decided to drop a line into the water. Somehow, I wasn’t hungry anymore. I hooked a large fish that fought for approximately 30 minutes. It ended up
My longest-term childhood friend was Brad Kloepfer, and we were neighbors and buddies since 1962. We played GI Joes together, ding dong ditched together, fished and went boating on our parents’ boats, raised hell together, and became police officers together. But sadly, in the year 2018 all that ended when Brad and his wife Connie
My wife and I and a brother from church went on an adventurous lunch excursion to the Santa Catalina Islands. Since my wife does not want to be on social media, I did not video most of our trip. Sadly, while enroute we struck a large object. By the time we turned the boat around,
If there are no small craft advisories next week, and the marine weather is reasonable, a brother from church and I will be going to the Santa Catalina Islands. We’ll be going to enjoy a nice meal and talk about a possible prolific ministry endeavor. Who knows, we might even put a pole in the
This clip is from a trip last month. Christians are not supposed to sin while evangelizing. Goes to show how we cannot keep the Law as Jesus did, and I’m so thankful for His substitutionary penal atonement. To read my Good News pamphlet click on this link.
While trolling the 14-mile bank last week a school of brown Dolphins swam around me. I later identified these as the Delphinus capensis which are a light brown, with a white breast. It is hard to tell if they are long or short-beaked. Since these are a rare sight for me, I got a little
On this beautiful Saturday, I went 28 nautical miles out to sea, which placed me about 3 miles southwest of the Santa Catalina Islands. Before this trip, I topped off my fuel tank, and by 0415 I was launched. While trolling in the dark from the back bay launching ramp through the Newport Harbor, I
This video depicts some excellent underwater footage of Ichthyology as to how Bass bite differently with various lures and techniques. I appreciate that this fellow (TacticalBassin) doesn’t find it necessary to curse like a gangster, which makes it a pleasure to like his video, and to share elsewhere. If you would like other fish-related posts
Though my approach was off, you’d think with their overpriced $37.00 entrance fee, they would at least install proper protection around their outhouse platforms. Now I know why some have told me they refuse to use their outhouses. The question is, are they throwing their bottled urine in the trash, or pouring it into the