Did people hear about our new rig? Just kidding even though I could not be more psyched about our new boat thanks to my bro and our pops. We are now just chomping at the bit waiting for her to set up with a new radar and some outriggers.
It is now all about getting the new boat and getting T-shirts made. Both of those tasks hope to be wrapped up this week which will hopefully allow me to soon be able to make a cast on the ocean. I keep hearing reports of people crushing the stripers in all areas and now to rub it in even more the tuna are around and I have been unable to get out on the water.
The trophy is being finished up this week by my High School students and primarily by our wood Lab teacher Len Harty. This “cup” will be displayed at local spots for years to come with all past and future winners having their names placed on the side with a dated placard.
Who wants to have that next spot on this mount? I know for damn sure that our team wants to finally win this tourney that we created as we have some so close in past years without be able to take the title. It gets harder and harder to win this thing every year as more and more people are getting involved and more and more people want to give their all to take the prize and make the day like this year’s July 25th more than just an easy going day of relaxed striper fishing.
The local chatter around the Headhunt is slowly growing as the fish arrive and the weather begins to get us in summer mode.
I do not know about anyone but I am in “full on” this year and want to win it more than any past seasons.
New Boat, no more new kids on the way, and no excuses this year.
Team “@#$^^&$” (still trying to come up with a name for our boat) is FULL ON!
Like our shirt said a few years back “no fish guts no glory”
Where the hell is Harry Corduroy??? Is that chump coming up with excuses again as to why he has to fish from the shore this year in a tree with a monkey on his back?