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Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by snakeman76, Jul 4, 2009.
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:cool2:There first big chaneels
thats great man!! way to break them in!!
WTG Greg. Start them off young. I think the young one is already hooked.
Nice pics Greg:wink:
they have been fishing many time but these are there biggest fish to date yeah the small one is patiant and quiet the other is opposite but they love fishing anytime anywhere
Greg those are some nice Channels.
Great to see them smiles!:big_smile:.If you,re gonna get outdone,who better to do it than your young ones.:big_smile:
Nice,,Fishermen for life..For sure..:wink:
The only thing better than cathing a fish is getting to see the reactions on your kids faces when they catch one. congrats
That's awesome seeing your boy's smile and holding the fish proudly!! COOL! WTG Greg and mojo to you for taking them fishing!! Looks like they have a great teacher and father to boot!!
LMAO !!! The first boy looked like he'd rather be somewhere else. The second one looked like he caught a 100 lber. Glad to see them catching nice channels either way. Does the first boy like fishing, or was he tired or mad ?
i agree, Congrats
The first boy my eldest has some problems adhd and other things he has to take meds for but he loves to fish the little one is more into it he can keep still and quiet patiant and tough but both pretty much love it.
Good deal Greg. I had the same problem when I was younger. They kept switching my meds and it made me worse. Finally a doctor took me off all of it, and I mellowed out. I had a patience problem for a long time, but I as I got older I learned patience is just something you have to have. They had me on Riddlin, Prozac, Lithium, and some other stuff. A doctor told my mom that there was a 5% suicide rate on teenagers on Lithium, and she got another doctor to take me off all of it. Not trying to scare you, just lettin you know how my situation was. Some people are just born with chemical imbalances in the brain, and I dont think multiple medications solve anything. Its just something they have to work through on their own.
I have more fun watching my kids catching fish than I do catching them myself. Nothin' else like it.