Wednesday morning I was in Port Lavaca taking care of business when I decided to pick up a water at a local c-store. As I approached the front door, I noticed a delivery driver trying to keep the door propped open, while at the same time, enter with a dolly towering with cans of soft drinks. I asked the young man, “Do you need some help?” He replied, are you a psychiatrist? No sir, I replied! He stated “I need my head examined for doing this kind of job.” I told the young man, “Sir, a job is like fishing, if you’re not catching fish, you can either keep casting (doing what your doing), or take another career path, (move to another fishing spot) – Stop your moaning, and do something about it.”
You see, what this man experienced happens to many fisherman. We can keep going back to to same old job, or start prospecting for a better job. Leaving an old fishing spot takes risk; sometimes scary just like life. It’s about how much risk you’re willing to manage to be able to catch more fish?
Are you casting to the same old spot?
The lodge gets ready for another exciting group of 22-anglers for the entire weekend. Let’s hope this cold front doesn’t mess with the good catching we’re experiencing right now.