All work and no play makes Dan a dull boy.
Did you take it home to cook??
I must admit….Dan is a master at photo shop! How he manages to enlarge a 10" Pickerel to look like a 3’ Muskie….I just don’t know how he does it! (Congrats Dan….just this week I found someone that is going to take me Muskie fishing in the St. John River here in northernmost Maine….Can’t wait!)
I knew you weren’t really sick when you called in!
You know what they say…A bad day fishing is better than a good day working…And it looks like you had a good day fishing which is best of all.
Excellent, Dan! Even cartoonists need a break from the drawing life from time to time
I hope you won a prize
Whose face are you covering with the duplicate photo?
Sounds fishy to me!
Since 2008 our Ohio chapter of Muskies Inc has raised $161,00 for the feeding of young muskies at the state hatcheries, so we tend to appreciate their being in these waters and don’t kill or keep fish. We take a measurement and a photo and then release them and we do that with the health of the fish always in mind. We want to insure their survival. These fish wouldn’t exist here without the state stocking programs paid for by angler’s license fees and sales taxes on fishing gear and watercraft. They are a managed resource that benefits everyone who enjoys being outdoors engaging in healthy activities. And they really don’t taste very good.
this isn’t a comic? I thought Dan’s technique improved.
We all need to go fishing, bungee jumping, bike ricing, camping or whatever else we love to do to burn off stress and tension. Thank you for sharing and congratulations and continued good luck. And thanks for being part of catch and release.
You could draw, drink beer, and fish at the same time.
Hey! you can’t cheat us like that — get back to work
Way to go.
C’mon Dan! you know that’s the same fish! How did you train him to jump in the boat?
Congrats Dan. Keep reelin em in.
I bet that fish would look good wrapped in paper!
That’s awesome!! Alum Creek in Columbus area? I live up in Berea, OH! Congratulations!!
Good job! Beautiful fish. Too bad it’s not like bass fishing in the South, where goobers win lots a green where the fish are thick, like fleas on a dog’s back.
Congratulations! Thanks for the info,too!
Congrats. Thanks for sharing.