Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Or not, as it turns out.


What happens when you do zero pre-season scouting? What happens when you blithely assume your favorite slough will have water, despite the area being in the midst of a drought? What happens when your dog receives a complimentary full-body skunk mist on the walk in to the slough which may or may not hold water and therefore may or may not hold any teal? Why am I showing a photograph of London's Parliament building rather than a photograph of a limit of teal? Or even a couple teal? Or even a single teal?

Do I even need to answer any of these questions? I think the photograph sums it up quite nicely...

8 comments:

  1. Sorry, Chad, that sucks, on all counts. I put together a de-skunking kit last night, in hopes that my doing so would render it unnecessary. We'll see how that goes!

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  2. Sometimes you feel like a nut...

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  3. Ach, skunks. Sorry, man.

    For a second, when I clicked on the blog, I thought I was at Suburban Bushwacker.

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  4. Chad
    But think of it this way mate, you've (photographically) scouted an Eel fishing location for your visit! Not the best, but they have been caught there.

    SBW

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  5. Thanks for the condolences. It was my own stupid fault. I should put on clinics on how not to do things...

    SBW, we're hoping for a summer 2011 return. I'm bringing a travel rod and I'm expecting great things...

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