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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | Being in “the zone”

Most of the time I really don’t like using English words in ways that do not exactly match their definitions in Webster’s. Unfortunately, I don’t know the correct English word (if there is one) for the condition that we get … Continue reading

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | The Worst Boater I Remember

I think it was July 3, 2003. My son, John, and I were at the Angle Outpost Resort on the northwest angle of Lake Of The Woods. The northwest angle is a detached part of Minnesota but only a few … Continue reading

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | The Crappie Tree

Mid sixties in Northern Virginia. We lived in Arlington. No room for a boat on a trailer at our house; we parked on the street. These were the salad years of my SportYak II and my JW-13 Johnny 3HP outboard. … Continue reading

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | Tom and the King of Lake Michigan

Summer of 1981. In those days Lake Michigan was stocked with both coho and chinook (king) salmon. One of the stocking points was in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. After three or four years the mature fish returned to their stocking point … Continue reading

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