NANFA-- collectin' tongiht

R. W. Wolff (
Sun, 21 Jan 2001 21:13:24 -0600

around about dark tonight my friend gave me a call and asks if I want to
catch some minnows. We head out and stop at Hogans hole 2. It is so thick
with small one inch blacknose shiners and golden shiners you cant see water.
After dumping out 9/10ths of the net out so we had just over what we needed,
blue and red flashing lights! I had been pulled over on the shoulder of the
highway, and had my flashers on . The county sherrif had saw them on for
along ways away and decided to see what was going on. I told him we are
catching bait. He seemed skeptical at first, then looked in the bucket.
"Wow!" he said. We tell him we never buy bait minnows, and he said " you
know what, I learn something new everyday, and now I am not going to ever
buy my bait either." The three of us walk over to the water and he was
stunned by all the minnows milling around. It was pretty neat. That was all
we caught and we headed back home.


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