Category Archives: FISHBYTES

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Bobcat Bytes

When last I left you, I posed the question, why will Boris respond to invitations to play, but absent enticements, like food, getting him to do anything else ranges from unlikely to absolutely-don’t-count-on-it?  And, having answered that, does it give … Continue reading

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Fish Bytes

OK. This isn’t about fish. It’s about a cat named Boris and maybe some other stuff, too. A little known and useless fact about me is my over-the-top love of animals wild or domestic. Dogs, cats, raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks and … Continue reading

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The Hard Times of a Small Fish

My mother wound up in the hospital (she’s out and doing well, thank you).  I flew down to Miami as my sister flew up to Chicago for business.  Annie and I are sort of a “tag team”.  The hospital is … Continue reading

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Stay Calm If You Can

My most recent wilderness trip took me a couple of hundred miles north of Thunderbay, Ontario to the Wabakimi Provincial Park.  I knew it’d be a little colder than previous trips.  Heck!  We were up near the Arctic Circle and … Continue reading

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September Adventuring – Even the fish wear long underwear

I persuaded my good friend Mark Standa to a late September canoe trip.  We were headed a couple of hundred miles north of Thunderbay, Ontario to Wabakimi Provincial Park, a huge Canadian wilderness area not easily traveled.  September 15th is … Continue reading

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