Summer Work Days

Rustler at SunsetHere’s the CPHC New Holland Rustler in the setting sun. It’s getting a final workout as we finish work on our food plots, prepping them for lime and fertilizer. Then late summer we’ll plant seed.

It’s hot and muggy here this week with highs in the 90’s and late afternoon rain showers. Just the way I like it btw.

Yesterday we had a New Holland Super Boom C238 on site doing the food plot clean up work, about 5 acres worth. What a fantastic machine that is.

I’ve got lots of photos and stories to share from the CPHC but will be waiting until I get home with better internet access.

Surf Fishing

LadyfishIt’s the infamous Ladyfish. All bones but fun to catch.

On a recent beautiful sunny day at Pensacola Beach I tried my luck fishing in the surf. I had shrimp and sand fleas for bait. My hope was for a mess of whiting, pompano and/or whatever else I might hook. Apparently all I had in my area were ladyfish. They fight hard and will jump out of the water. But at the end all you do with them is throw them back!

I’m going to try out our fishing pier right at the public beach. Haven’t been on it yet. It’s a very long pier along which people catch all kinds of fish. Maybe this weekend.