Monday, May 17, 2010

What do you do with a light West wind?

What do you do when you wake up to a light west wind? Go fishing of course!
It was Minnesota Fishing Opener this weekend and I have one more morning out on the lake and the weather could not be perfect. A little overcast and a light west wind.

Seems in life we need to wait for the perfect conditions at times as well. No reason to go down a path if you don't have everything in place...well at least have most of everything in place. I do like to take risks and try things, but on a morning with light west winds and a few clouds in the sky, Lake Sarah should be the perfect walleye time.

It's part of the steps to success...wind, overcast, the right lake, a boat, leeches, rods, and a good fishing buddy. All parts of the day that hopefully the fish will appreaciate and we can have a good catching morning.

As you get ready for your day do you have as many of the steps set to be successful? Do you know where your wind in coming from, where you are going, and what you will use to get there. People wonder why I have a passion for fishing the way I do, and I really have to say that it calms and reminds me that in everything we do there are steps to success.

There is no guarentee we will catch fish, but every step is pointing to the goal.

What is your passion, what is your purpose, what are your steps? Happy Monday Fishing.

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