His name is Isiah, I told him he had a power name, but he never had heard about that. He walked up and asked,"Hey do you know how to take hooks out of a fishes mouth?" I replied, "Carefully," showing him how I used my needle nose pliers. I told him the story of shaking off a fish along the river and fish and old plier went flying. My daughter had given my current pair with attached floatation device, or I would have given them to him. Each time his brother or he caught a fish they brought them over to me. I was real thrilled to see him with this large trout, and almost went over closer to fish with him ,but soon landed a 3 pounder myself. We all cheered each time someone caught one and had a wonderful morning. The next lesson was how to clean them. LOL Then they wanted to know when I would be back to this wonderful place.
A baby Brown Snake, who mostly lives up in trees and is rarely seen.
New antlers forming
Baby Milk Snake