I think I count my fishing trips in cuts, scrapes and injuries.
Saw this guy today too.
Only a 30m hike with the leg injury and scaling (more falling) down some rocks....good times again. I'm wearing a long sleeve shirt so Hannah doesn't see the gashes and wounds
I'm a catch and release guy. Last fish I kept was a big kingy at the end of 2017. If I catch a nice sized flathead in good water I might keep it. However I just like the sport and adventure and less so the stabby stabby and eat part
Figure enough fish get killed and wasted in shops and the...
It's not the fishing that causes the injuries it's the crazy locations in which I choose to go and the risks I take. Might just chase some soapies on the Hawkesbury or something for a few weeks whilst I heal
A family based comp for the biggest bass has us all hacking our way and hiking through dodgy bush without trails or tracks to get to remote water. Biggest so far is 41cm I'm after a 50 I reckon I saw a 50 the other week but couldn't get it to hit
Was way up a remote creek hunting bass, when I slipped on a rock and slipped down into the water between rocks. A rock or a stick pierced through my shin. Chipped the bone nice puncture wound.
Still had to carry kayak across 30m of rocks and paddle another 1.5 hours back to the car with a good...
Just saw 21/2 I can 100% kid free day and should be fine. Start a new job in January but hopefully they don't try and send me to head office for training with covid restrictions on.
Otherwise all good. That is if I don't die from my stupid bush fishing adventures before hand