Sunday, September 19, 2010

Getting Fishing Partner Ready to hit the Water

This weekend was a visit from our daughter, her husband and of course their son Bryson. He is really growing and will celebrate his first birthday in a couple of weeks. My wife and I will be making the trip up to Tennessee for his birthday bash. He loves to spend time in Pop's boat pretending to drive it. I told his Dad that he will be an outdoormen, because he is really happy when he is outside. I just wanted to share this bit of info. with all of you becacue we are really proud of his parents and this little man.
Here are a few pics from Saturday's trip to Smith with my son-in-law. We always try to work in a trip everytime they visit. It want be long before this little man will be making some trips with his Dad and Pops.
Another one of those nice strips
Nice spot on the wall
One of the last of the day

Pot-bellied Spot


Anonymous said...

Sure is a fine looking young angler/outdoorsman you have came by there, Bill. Where in the world did that big bobber come from? Always nice to combine family and fishing when we can.

Shoreman said...

Got to love the big bobber. I'll have to get one for my "office".


Bill Trussell said...

That bobber is actually a cooler that belongs to the his Dad'parents. They made that picture a couple of weeks ago and email us the pic. Thanks for the comment

Bill Trussell said...

The bobber serves as a cooler. Good prop for a pic, Thanks for the comment

Colorado Angler said...

HA! the bobber cooler! Where can I find one of those?

Looks like another great day out on the water...with the weather cooling down some, I imagine it's a little more enjoyable...?

Bill Trussell said...

I think my son-in-law's parents pick it up at Basspro. The popper action will really pick up when the water temps fall between 75 to 80. Thanks for the comment

Dennis said...

What a kool picture of the sharp dressed little that's good stuff Bill (thumbs up)....looks like another great fishing trip as well :)

Bill Trussell said...

Nothing like grandkids --you will find out one day. Thanks for the comment