and aren’t afraid to use them!
Darling Hubby decided after a rather average season of fishing last year, he would buy himself and Master Twelve waders like the locals and Sunday morning they were christened!
Master Twelve was once OBSESSED with fishing but sadly this obsession appeared to wane after moving to Kitimat but apparently it all came down to a pair of waders. Now he has them all he wants to do is fish!
Waders in our part of the world aren’t common but everyone who was there first thing this morning wore a pair, and trust me, there were a LOAD of people fishing this morning (even if I have managed to take a photo giving the appearance of my two being alone)!
Darling Hubby was only too happy to share his knowledge whenever he was asked.
Comically people either side of them were catching fish when these two weren’t, so my boys would quietly reposition themselves but to no avail. Wherever they stood the people either side of them would catch fish but they wouldn’t. The fish were a decent size too as you one can see!
I shouldn’t laugh but if you’d watching it on television you would have said it had been edited to “appear” they weren’t catching anything but I can assure you, everyone else on that river were catching fish, just not my two. 😦
That’s not to say they weren’t getting fish on their lines but for whatever reason, the fish weren’t staying. The truly ironic thing is that these two fisherman are all about the catch and release, they don’t keep the fish, silly fish were avoiding the wrong lines!
I was so proud of Master Twelve as although he brought nothing home, he wasn’t upset, he was merely planning what he’d do next time! It didn’t hurt either that both fisherman after their luckless morning fishing went and bought themselves new rods. MORE FISHING RODS I ask?
Seriously gentlemen, how much fishing rods do two men need? When will it stop… “mum, how much longer?”