What an amazing week for the guys! The fishing was great – Capt. Kirk had a spectacular sailfish story and Jeff had a terrific tarpon tale. And as for the hunting, bow season opened up in Georgia – and Capt. Kevin wasted no time putting some brown down. !
And throw in a stroll down memory lane with American Graffiti, Hee Haw and Sha Na Na, and you’ve got one heck of good listen. Throw in Kirk’s “Gunga Din” reference, and you’ve got yourself an all-timer! (BTW – if you want to check out the poem by Rudyard Kipling, read it here)
Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: For all you guys out there here’s a manly man’s “murse” or man purse – the REEBOW GEAR Tactical Sling Bag Military Single Shoulder Backpack. Comes in 2 colors.
Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: With the mullet run in full swing and the inlets closed due to NE wind, your next best option is bridges! If you want to catch flounder, reds, jacks or tarpon fish around the bridges…live mullet is a great bait but cut bait and chunks of crab work just as well!
Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week: Oldie but a goodie… Do yourself a favor and order some Zero bars from Amazon and then put them in the freezer.
AND…just in case you were looking for an actual COOKING tip, here it is:
If you need to soften butter quickly but don’t want to MELT it, Put boiling hot water in a glass to heat the glass. Dump the water out and flip it over your stick of butter. In a few minutes it will be perfectly soft to use!