Season’s First Kayak Fishing Trip, Fox River, Wisconsin, By John Fabina

I went out today to the Fox river to try to catch some Catfish, since it has become a new interest of mine to pursue them. What a gorgeous spring day here in Wisconsin!
I had to take some photos of the blue skies and great scenery, I even caught a picture of a hawk enjoying the weather.
The Catfish didn’t cooperate, so I decided to cast for whatever would bite. Bam!…my first toothy critter of the year, a small but healthy Pike. He put up a feisty fight in the cool river waters and made my day.

John

fishing kayak reflected in fisherman's sunglasses

pike caught in fishing kayak - fox river fishing trip

pike caught in fishing kayak - fox river fishing trip

resting in kayak during a fishing trip

fox river, Wisconsin - view from fishing kayak

 

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4 thoughts on “Season’s First Kayak Fishing Trip, Fox River, Wisconsin, By John Fabina”

  1. Thanks John,
    Sounds like you enjoyed the trip…
    Great pictures! The one with the trees’ reflection in the water is a true work of art.

  2. Nice job on the Pike. 🙂

    Laying down in a kayak has never been sooooooooooooooooo easy.

    Tight Lines and MoPaddle Safe all.
    Rox

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