This vignette I captured Sunday Morning, June 10, 2012 at 6:15. It was an hour after I recorded a most magnificent fiery dawn rising over the eastern end of the pond.

Largemouth bass are mostly what’s caught here. A few are big enough to keep, but most fishermen I talk to tell me they throw them all back, regardless of size.

My practical grandfather had a different idea. He taught me: catch only what you’re going to eat.

See related post: Fiery June Dawn. Click image to enlarge it, and browser’s back arrow to close. Comments are welcome.

 

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