A FOGGY SATURDAY

By , September 27, 2009 10:00 pm

My wife had to put in a little over time at work yesterday early in the morning, and I thought it would be a good opportunity for me to check out a few new Urban Park Lakes down by her work in Santa Ana. We dragged ourselves out of bed at 5:00, then I dropped her off at her office and I was on my way. I ended up scoping out two new parks that we will be adding to our Locations page shortly. I could not believe how much fog there was, I could barely see driving and the sun didn’t end up coming out until about 12:00. The fishing was good, and I ended up catching about 15 Bass. This Bass that I caught was one of the most beat up fish that I have ever seen.

Beat Up Bass

The Panfish were also out, and the Bluegills were decent sized. All in all. it was a great morning of fishing and I can’t wait to get out and explore a few more of the Urban Park Lakes that I have on my list.

Nice Male BluegillCheck out the black spot on the fin

3 Responses to “A FOGGY SATURDAY”

  1. Riley says:

    that is one torn up lookin bass.

  2. Steven says:

    There is something eerily special about fishing in the early morning fog..

  3. Sean Fenner Sean Fenner says:

    I’ve always thought so. Especially using top water.

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