First, we fished our little hearts out, but the fish were jumping around and taunting us.
You can't see them in this photo but trust me--they were jumping all over the place, eating every bug in sight but leaving our worms alone. Gretchen then switched to some shiny crazy lure, but did the fish pay attention?
See for yourself:
Now you DON'T see it.
Now you DO.
This crazy bullfrog (is it a bullfrog? I know, I need a amphibian guide!) wanted that little blue and silver lure more than anything! I guess he thought it was a dragonfly. Gretchen started playing with him, trying to lure him onto shore--but the crazy little guy chomped on it!
After some struggles getting the little hooks out of his mouth and leg, during which I sustained a little gash on my index finger,
Here's Gretchen the Frog Master:Boy, Laura was right; all fishermen have the same goofy grin when they catch something--even when it's a big old frog.
And her frog:
Now--for "fishing face." Kat took pictures of both Gretchen and I while we fished, and she claimed to have discovered something she calls "fishing face."
Here's her photographic evidence:
I tell ya, I just don't see it.
I don't know what she's talking about.