Monday, October 31, 2011

Pete's Paranormal Plug!

Here's a great new plug guaranteed to catch more fish, Pete's Paranormal Plug. Pete says this plug will increase your catch by 50-60% and here's why. Have you ever been on the lake or river and heard a big splash only to look out on to the water and see nothing, not even a ripple. That was a ghost fish! Now with Pete's Paranormal Plug you have a shot at catching that trophy. Just cast Pete's Paranormal Plug as you would your normal lure. If there's a paranormal fish present you will catch it, just hang on for an experience of a life time. 
CAUTION: Don't forget to click on the Plug above and read the fine print. Here's a comment from one of our customers: Boy, I fished all day and didn't get a bite and then I put one of Pete's plugs on my line. WOW....WOW.....WOW, what a difference. I am still recovering!!!!! Pete says this plug will catch all types of paranormal fish, Bass, Rainbow, Brown, Catfish, Rockfish, and others. Guess what? Currently there's no limit on the number of paranormal fish you can catch however, we recommend that you practice catch and release because.......well you'll find out. You can only get Pete's Paranormal Plug here and it's on special......Buy one, get one for the same price. You gotta get one or two!

Here's a photo of Pete working hard on his next development.
Oh yeah, as you can see or better..... can't see, Pete is Paranormal. Remember: DON'T JUST FISH NORMAL, FISH PARANORMAL!

Friday, October 28, 2011

Halloween at the worm hole!

Halloween is near so I thought I would do the Baitrageous cartoons as "Halloween at the worm hole." I hope you understand them all and get a laugh. Most are new but a few are from earlier times. My favorites are the Executive and the Alien. Enjoy and have a great Halloween. Boo!

Adventure Outdoors! Get away form the big screen and get on a big stream.

Lake Powell a Treasured Paradise!

No doubt about it, Lake Powell is a Treasured Paradise for boating, water skiing, fishing, exploring and nature seeing. I just had to paint a water color of this beautiful Lake. Lake Powell is located on the border of Arizona and Utah and is the 2nd largest manmade lake in the U.S. by volume. It took 13 years to fill this lake to its high water mark in 1980. Now that's a big lake! Just click on the painting to look around. While doing research, I discovered some fascinating

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bay names called Gunsight and Last Chance. Also, my favorite name, Cookie Jar Butte which looks like a huge cookie jar formed out of rock. The scenery of this lake reminds me of the old Roadrunner & Coyote Cartoon. The lake's back drop is a beautiful red rust color with buttes and canyons. This lake is a prime fishing lake. Here's a few lake records: Striped Bass 48 lbs, 2 oz, Large mouth Bass 10 lbs, 2 oz, Smallmouth Bass 5 lbs, 1oz, 15 oz, Northern Pike 16 lbs, 7 oz, Brown Trout 17 lbs, and Rainbow Trout 16 lbs, 7 oz.

Life is short, get away from the big screen and get on a big stream, like Lake Powell. Find more decor maps at They make Great Gifts.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Ahhhhhhh Raccoon in the House!

What would you do if you had just woke from a night's sleep, rubbed yours eyes and spotted an animal tail around a corner inside your home? 
Well for me, the first thing that entered into my mind was: Dang kids are playing a trick on me like the time they painted my toe nails purple while I was asleep in the lazy-boy. I didn't figure it out until the next morning when I had taken a shower and was putting on my socks. Imagine the shock of seeing 10 purple toes nails looking back at you and then thinking what the heck was I doing last night.  But this time was different, it's a creature. I thought, what the heck is that and how did it get in the house? Dang, looks like a Raccoon and we don't have a pet Raccoon. I bet the wife has let it in thinking it was Creamy the cat, which is possible because her night vision is not what it used to be. Now what to do, throw shoes at it, call animal control, get the guns? Just call me Davy Crockett because I feel there's a new coonskin cap in the future and then to my surprise....... 
As I turned the corner to get a better look this is what was looking back at me. Kibble our cat. I suppose the reason I was thinking Raccoon is because before I went to bed, I spotted this outside.
It's a Raccoon stealing cat food outside. Just call me crazy.


Thursday, October 13, 2011

Wiley Fox Drops By.

My Critter Cam catches a Red Fox trotting by in the Tennessee woods about 10 days ago. As you can see the Fox is hiding behind the weeds in the middle of the picture below.  He or she is not a very pretty Fox and is likely an older Fox. It almost looks like a pig in this picture. Click photo to take a better look.
Lucky for me, a minute later he stepped out of the weeds and Critter Cam got another photo. If you look closely, it appears the fox has had a rough life. 
The wife and I had seen him around in the last few days and I was lucky to  get a photo. We have an outside cat and I think he may have been attracted to the cat food. Here's a better look.
What's in your woods, river, lake, or bay? Get away from the big screen and get on a big stream! Hope you enjoyed. 

Monday, October 10, 2011

Blog Jam!!!!!!!!!

I haven't been able to post on the internet for two weeks because of hardware issues with Verizon. So frustrating!!!!
Do you know how to stay calm and cool during a period of frustration? Go to your happy place! For me it was to paint a happy place, the Keys. You know, everybody needs a happy place. 

I'm finely back on, but now there's a Blog Jam.  After 3 Samsung hotshot devices, hours on the phone, a 30 mile trip to the Verizon store, a new sims card and two weeks of no internet just to name a few things, it appears that it's working again. It took Verizon forever to determine that the problem was the sims card.  
The good news is that I now have a BLOG JAM. Stay tuned for new Critter Cam photo's, trip reports, new Baitragous Cartoons and more. 

If you need to go to a happy place just click on the map to sail around the Keys. 
Enjoy thanks,

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

No internet because of VERIZON.

Here I sit at Dairy Queen having a Blizzard pondering my next move. You see, I haven't been able to post on the blog in over a week due Verizon issues. I have a wire-less device from Verizon and it just stopped working. After hours on the phone over a five day period and 2 new devices, still no internet. Now, Verizon thinks it's the tower near my house? It takes up to 5 days for them to check the tower out and of course day 5 is tomorrow. What are the odds that Verizon will fix the problem tomorrow? Not likely! Oh well, until then.