Thursday, July 5, 2012

Salmon Fishing

The Great Lakes are rich with salmon. This boat was rigged with about 18 poles and a sonar to help catch the fish.We were very excited for this trip. Everyone was able to participate. - Sort of.........

Salmon fishing is best at night.

Even calm waters can cause sea-sickness in the heartiest of men. Poor daddy! (and mommy - not pictured). Thank you Uncle Jim.
Highhill Homeschool Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

7 comments:

  1. I could feel poorly just watching Daddy there! My kids also enjoy sea fishing and Salmon fishing off our bridge here at Coombemill - and no boats to make you feel poorly! Looks like the children didn't suffer which is good. Would love you to add the post to my Country Kids linky too

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    1. Thank you for linking up at Country Kids.

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  2. Oh dear, I get sea sickness too and it's not fun is it! But what a great outing, did you catch many?

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    1. We did catch several. After we arrived back at the parking lot we got to see my husbands clean and prepare the fish for eating. Next time I will get pictures of that part too.

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  3. I'm not good on small boats, to be fair anything smaller than a ferry completely messes with my equilibrium. Aside from the sea sickness, hope you had a great time?

    Popping over from Country Kids

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  4. I don't like boats either. A ferry trip in a force 8 gale put me off boats for life I think! It looks like your children loved their fishing trip though and eating their catch would be a valuable experience too.

    Also popped over from Country Kids.

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  5. I also managed to get out yesterday for an hour or two and landed a few. So happy!

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