Jigs and got an order of Stankx PB&J Drop-shot worms and chunk trailers so that was all I decided I'd bring. I have never put much time into drop shoting and figured the only way to learn is to do it. The last few weeks have been extremely busy and I have had little time to myself let alone getting out to fish. My wife decided to take our daughters out to get hair cuts so she told me to load up my kayak and take it to work so I could get out. The minutes seemed to drag by as I sat at my desk knowing my kayak was in the back of my pickup waiting for me. At the end of the day I wen tout to my truck to get my shorts and flip flops and to my horror they were not in there. I forgot them at home and would have to wear black jeans and argyle socks under my waders, this is going to be hot. On a positive note the one thing I did not forget was my sunblock, I am still peeling from the last time.
As I drive past the first put in I see about 9 jet ski trailers on the shore and about 11 of the annoying water shaking machines buzzing around in circles, all I could do was pray the water was high enough that they could not get under the bridge back to where I was going. I get to my spot and as I am unloading the kayak I hear that distinct annoying whine that could not be anything but a jet ski. I launch and get out to the first spot I want to cast to and screaming around the corner comes a girl on a blue and white two seater. Her wake rocked me back and forth and ripped through the reeds I was trying to fish, if this kept up I was pretty sure it would not be a fishy day. She wasn't alone I heard music and my fears were true a 18 foot wake boat blasting music and towing a tuber comes blasting through, it almost beached me. Luckily he decided to move on to another area but a family with 3 jet skis must have figured I liked them because they stuck around buzzing me and swamping out the bank.
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