Oh, there is hunting too. Ducks visit the 300-acre duck swamp. Deer and hogs are everywhere. Turkeys roam the farm as if they own it.
Venison tenderloins and roasted duck, dressed our plates that evening. The desserts were as good as the fellowship. This old redneck slept comfortably that first night.
The in-room coffee was a blessing the next morning. Wondering into the dining area, I found venison sausage-biscuits awaited my arrival. (Yes, I ate again.)
We ran down to “lake one” to test the waters. The morning bite was slow due to the cold front. However, we managed a few bass before lunch. (Yep, still eating.)
Our hopes were higher for “Big Lake” that afternoon. We managed some bass to four-pounds. Returning after a coffee break, the fishing had slowed a little. Jeff bagged another bass over six-pounds.
Lunch was a hearty crawdad bisque, and deli sandwiches.
We passed on the skeet shooting opportunity and returned to the lake. The bite was slower. However, Jeff hooked a bass over seven-pounds. Jeff won the battle and breathed a sigh of relief.
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