Morning keeps coming around like clockwork. And this morning is no exception, and we're about to go out and check our jug line again. But first I'm going to give it a little jiggle and see if I can tell what's on there, I'm just going to take a hold of the rope and give it a little tug and see what Bob's up and down I don't, see much bobbing up and down. So, oh, there's. One number three out it bobbed up and down. And this one right here, that's close enough closest to the bank I saw it from the house Bob up.
And down, but when I dug did it didn't that's, right kid that kind of stirs them up and makes them react. So we'll go hop in the boat and see what we come up with. Okay, we're about ready to get loaded up in the boat and go check our jug line again.
This morning one of them at least is the wiggling. So there must be something out there. So we're off to see the Wizard. You want in Mali. Okay. Come on get your feet.
Not to start moving the tools. We bring out here with us are our Papal and apparent needle nose. Plier, we also have a big net, but sometimes with the net, it causes more trouble than it helps because the hook get caught up in the netting. And when it makes a mess number three just bobbed up and down for us again, it seems like number three from the far bank is always the one that catches the fish I don't know what about that jug is the most popular right in the same territory as number three's, where I catch a lot of fish on my pole from the edge. I don't know what the deal is either. But kind of effect, not seeing a lot of jiggling going on down through there as I jerk with rope around. Alright.
Number one baits dawn. We have decided that we're not going to fade in the morning we're just going to bait in the evening. Sometimes we forget, and we bring the bait out with us. Let's, keep eight I can see something wobbling down through there.
Number two, no bait, no fish. Number three, no bait, no fish. Here. We got a baby I wish. They would understand that they're just hurting themselves.
Wow, I. Got that one out without even a pair of pliers, but he's, another year's fish, stop, no fish, no bait. Okay, no fish, no bait it's. Another, one that's, too small because caught himself funnily. Can you hear the sound?
The croaking sing stop? Well, we kind of bombed out we caught three fish today, but none of them are what we want to keep so get him off without getting myself stabbed all right, he's a nice-looking fish, but he's, not big enough. Well, our fish catching has just slowed way down in fact, it's. Almost come to a halt. The weather has cooled off considerably, and we're thinking that the water I, you know, every time we go out there, I stick my hand down in the water and I can tell day by day that it cools off a lot too. So we are thinking that mm-hmm, because of the cooler water that the fish are going deeper I originally made these lines four feet long and the there's one jug it's caught more fish than any other.
And it is out toward the far end that's. The third one from the far end and it. Probably is about five feet deep there around that. And so you know, that's a little closer to the bottom right there. So what I'm going to do is the six Center jugs, they're, 10, total we're going to put longer lines on them. We went out there one day with the paddle, and it's a big long double paddle, that's like eight feet long. And you know if I stand it up it's way longer than me, it's for a kayak and I stuck it down at every jug, and it gradually got.
And it was, it was the last the mostly to you in the. Middle or maybe three, it was so deep that I didn't want to stick my arm down, you know, any farther than my sleeve was, so I didn't find the bottom on that. But now see what the way our pond is it's. We live in hills and ditches land.
And there was a big ditch through there through the main part of it. But then on this one side where we have put the jug light and cross there was a smaller ditch that came down through there and joined the bigger ditch. And so that you know is probably like about it might. Be as much as ten feet out in the middle, so I'm going to make longer lines, and I'm going to make them so that we can try to judge how deep they are. We want them really down close to the bottom I don't know that we want them sitting right on the bottom I'm, not totally clear about that. But what I'm going to do is make them long enough that they are very, very close to the bottom since it's, gotten freezing outside I also don't want to do it outside.
So I'm going to do it in here in my kitchen I've got. The same string that we used before I've got some more treble hooks, some more swivels, and then I bought some new sinker. So we have a little of trouble keeping the singers on I. Hope I can do better with these there.
They are bigger sinkers. Let me see I, don't know how to tell what the weight is. It says, PS s3. But in fishing gear, language I, don't know what that means so anyway, I'm going to attach these to it down to. And the next time you see me, we'll be up there trying to catch my onyx dagger to. See me juggle on me.
Thanks for joining me.