A few days ago, Josh and Seth put on another one of their webinars about Finesse Fishing and Clear Water. Since both of them have been out of town for the last month, there was no time to put the presentation together beforehand, so we were scrambling the day of to get all the content we needed. It started by all of us meeting out on the water at 6am to get some pictures of the different setups and techniques they use.
A couple of months ago we were given the opportunity to go deep sea fishing with boat captain extraordinaire and National Sales Manager at Navionics, Paul Michele, the weekend before ICast starts. Now, Josh may be the bass fisherman of the family but I've always fancied myself the saltwater angler of the bunch. Not that I get a ton of opportunity to go, but while he's able to fish for the freshwater variety all day long I'm grabbing for my book after a few hours. But you stick me on an ocean and buddy, I'll go as long as it will let me.
Back in November, I was bequeathed a desk and nightstand set that was originally my cousins but was in my aunt's house at the time of her passing. My cousin didn't want it back and I was in need of some new furniture for our guest room, so I took it home with me. It had been sitting all winter in our mud room, but now that the weather is nicer I've been working on it as time has allowed and can finally say that it's done! It's not that it was a particularly difficult project, but the bones of it were not solid wood so the paint I used was not the biggest fan of staying put. For starters, I used spray paint for the whole thing instead of a paint can and brush. I did this because I wasn't sure if you would see the paint streaks and whatnot so spray paint seemed like the best option to get an even application.
Hey there -
I'm Bri! Lover of food, wine, and photography that is currently traveling with my professional bass fishing husband along with our cantankerous rottie, Kigen. When not traveling you can find me living the lake life off the shores of Lake Mille Lacs in Isle, MN. Pour a drink, pull up a chair and join me as I journey across the country documenting it all along the way!