Oh, bulbous nosed denizen of the murk
How maligned your visage has become.
Is it your lips, so flaccid and pouting?
Or simply your lack humility…
…for one so lacking in a nose to be so proud.
You may scoff at the shiny musky, or dim witted walleye
but only a sucker can look so bad yet look so cool
in the presence of Bryce dealing the cruel hand of “coitus interruptus”.
A nice trout from yesterday evening who liked my trolling presentation. While not possessing the character of Bryce’s sucker, it was a much better fighter…..and released to fight again.
Bryce with a nice piece of muck……..
Can not wait, 18 days until we head up to Eagle Lake. Hope you have all the hot spots picked out for us Gord……
El Gordo Weirdo;
Will you be publishing a book of your poems?
Will you continue to disturb fish while they spawn?
I thought this was an interesting video, like a Jacque Cousteau meets River Monsters.
Have you never heard of Red Fischer and his similarly bad poetry?
Hope that was not the fishing report we have all waited for….
There once was a canuck named Gordon whom his clients often relied on to find them a trout with a beautiful snout but suckers were all they were put on!
That there’s some beauty word-smithing ‘der Mark.!
The truth be told.
Telling ya Gordo he should be writing your blog
Current fishing reports are always welcome. Not sure the fish he caught 3 years ago is relevant….
Last night here….half-day fishing tomorrow and then on the road.
I’ll work on a report! Figured since we started the fishing reports with Suckers, I’ll write one up on some Whitefish.
We’ll ease into the Walleye, Lake Trout, Smallies, and Pike. No need to rush it…
Rub it in Dustin.
If you had a contest, I could tell where every one of those fish were caught. Bryce, Gord is steering you in you in the wrong direction. If you want to become the most eligible bachelor in Vermilion Bay, you shouldn’t be taking kissing lessons from a sucker.
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