Northern Anglers Have Fun In Memphis
The other day fishingforhogs.com got an email
from a guy in PA. It said that he would be making a trip to Memphis with his wife for a horse show at the show
place arena, and he might be able to get away for a day of fishing, and do I know anyone that could take him
Well, I sent him a name, and was not sure on short notice if I could hook him up
with a guide that might be able to get him on some fish.
Jeff Petri emailed me again stating that he would not be able to take a whole day
off to fish, but would like advice on a nearby lake to bank fish.
Jeff sent me his cell phone and on Sept. 26th I called him to ensure that he was in Memphis and he was about to receive two surprises in
Not only was he going to meet me,
I asked if he could slip off for a few hours to my little honey hole for a few hours
I told Jeff I have been fishing there all summer and have not caught any hogs, but
I promised him a few bass to pull on his line and I kept my word. Jeff jumped at the chance and ask if he could
bring a friend Gary and I said let's go fishing.
I hooked up the boat and made sure the trolling batteries were maxed out then
headed to a nearby Lowe's to meet Jeff and Gary.
This is a great way to show the Northern Anglers a little Southern Hospitality
and I love to meet my
Jeff and Gary pulled up and proceeded to get their tackle and rods until I stopped
them. I explained that all they needed was their rods since I had the lures that they would
We got to the lake and put the boat in the water. Jeff told me he was well versed
on the trolling motor and I put him on the front and Gary on the back. I was going to sit in the middle and doctor
their baits and in no time Gary had the first fish on.
I hope both Jeff and Gary had a blast and I know that I did. I look forward to
Jeff and Gary coming back down to Memphis and maybe next time we can get to Pickwick for a couple of
The invitation is there guys.
Also have included some pictures of Jeff and Gary catching some fish.
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