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Fish Tales from Your President’s Perspective.

February – The time of passion in the air. Our hearts are pounding, our eyes are running and when you get around that special someone you sneeze. And you thought it was because of the Santa Ana’s.

I personally can’t think of a better Valentines celebration than going fishing with my honey. Instead of doing that I went fishing with my homey, only one letter different but so, so far from the other. Ron Parker and I packed up our gear and went with the group to Yucaipa Regional Park for some MAN time and fishing. I know you will read more in the newsletter about the trip but I wanted to share some specific information with you. This trip was for 4 days, Mr. Parker came with 2 suitcases, a backpack, and an armload of clothes to be hung. I had 2 pairs of jeans, 2 pairs of shorts, 5 underwear (a spare in case one ripped), some socks and a few long sleeve shirts, a sweatshirt, and a jacket. Anyway, you get the picture. Now when it came to food, we were both blind to volume. I have unloaded 4 big boxes of stuff and still have a trip or two to clean up. We had enough food to feed a family of 4 for 3 weeks. So, what did we do about it? We ate welllllllllllllll. I found out Ron likes Ice Cream, yep for breakfast, lunch, dinner and right before bedtime, I didn’t complain. And speaking of complaints, not once, in this whole trip did I hear anyone complain about the toilet seat being left up, AMAZING……… We both caught fish, which was an accomplishment, and we enjoyed the company of a great group of Senior Anglers. The weather was great, the company was great and as usual, the food was great. So, you would think this adventure would have left us in the doghouse but no, our wives were so happy to see us so we could take care of the chores and fix them some dinner. Of course, me being me I had to leave a toilet seat up just to see what would happen. It wasn’t long before I heard “Paul you left the toilet seat up”. I said, “I know dear, I did it for you”. You know, I need to put a heater in that doghouse.

I hope you all have an awesome February. Get some fishing in, it truly is a wonderful time to enjoy this beautiful country and good friends.

Paul Lorson

President