I used to think he was a good man cause of the pics of he and Paige in love but after seeing all her brothers post then now I think Del Rio is nothing but a pussy and needs someone to beat him up in return. Really hope Paige can get out of that relationship.
Friday night drove down to Del Rio, TX to fish Lake Amistad. Saturday morning my friend and his grandfather and I hit the lake early in the morning. Weather was cool, cloudy, a bit breezy and rain was in the forecast, luckily it only misted a little bit. We trolled around part of the lake looking for some action for awhile. Finally we decided to head over where highway 277 goes over the lake. This area showed some promise, there is a sunken bridge, lots of weeds, and a lot of other spots bass like. Picture on the left was the biggest of 4 I landed on Saturday.
On day 2, we couldn’t get on the lake till later in the day, we did a little bank fishing with no luck so we decided to head home and catch some z’s. That evening we headed out but no luck so we just decided to keep going and stayed late on the lake and drank a bunch of Budweisers.
So Monday morning we went back out to the same spot and pulled in a few more. The weather was weird from the get go. Wind changed directions on us 3 times, and it felt like we went through all 4 seasons in one day. The picture on the right is a 4 pounder and one of 3 I pulled in.
The trip was great, in total we caught 22 fish and 14 of them were keepers. Mostly used plastic worms, Yamamoto senkos and power bait 10in ribbon tails, and on the 1st day bass were jumping so I went with Stike kings sexy dawg and landed 2. Got a lot of meat to fry up! I’ll Cook them soon and write about that some other time.
We were down on Tenth You told me I look spent Gave that look you give And rushed me to the river We filled our cups We drank to drinking up Then, when we were done We threw ourselves in the river Getting some strange looks Back from the shore And you, you pinched my arm Said, “Look who’s looking up” And you, you saved my life Too many times to count Del, Del Rio