Thursday, November 20, 2014

Shhhhh, be vewy, vewy quiet . . .



I've been hunting! Sorry it's been a couple of weeks since y'all have heard from me. I've been up in Georgia for a couple of weeks getting things done up here hunting and frankly, freezin' my butt off! At least the bugs aren't out. I love this time of year where I switch for a little bit from the water to the tree stands. I need a little time to shut off, recharge and get ready for another season of AF - shooting shows, on the road, appearances and oh yeah, fishing! 




The last time you may have seen me was in Naples at the grand opening of the new Dick's Sporting Goods store. Thank you to everyone who came out. 




We had one of the best openings of the year so far at that event. Mr. Producerman even tells me that we set a new AF record on Instagram that day with y'all posting your photos from the event. Pretty cool! Here's a "selfie" from that day . . . 




I love Thanksgiving. We all go over to my sister's house and celebrate the holiday with about 50 relatives and tons of food. We do a little bit of everything - turkey, stuffing, seafood and oh my, the pies!! Better get to the gym before next week. Ha! I'm thankful for a lot and just like most people, I bet I don't say it enough. I'm thankful for my wife Cari, my son Drayden and the rest of my family. I'm thankful for what I get to do each day and the sponsors that help us get it done. I am especially thankful for all the Mogan Maniacs out there that watch the show and come out to see us. What are you thankful for?  #thanksmoganmaniacs



It's that Holiday season again and I've got to get back home to start my Christmas shopping. I'm usually the type that waits until the last minute to get it done, so maybe I'll just stay up here in my deer stand for a little longer and worry about all the presents later.


Tune in this weekend to The Sportsman Channel for two episodes of Addictive Fishing. Tomorrow's episode is "Canaveral Slam" where I fish with Capt. Jim Ross and we hook into triple tail, cobia and big flounder. Then on Sunday, watch "Hogs in the Fog" with Capt. Ryan Farner. This was a first for me fishing for hog snapper with line and hook in Tampa Bay. Cool show and great lookin' fish! Check the website for times. Set your DVR's if you can't tune in on time, or check online, Mr. Producerman has the full length episode up on YouTube for y'all to watch! Click here for a preview. Isn't that just a cool lookin' fish? 


Until next week . . . tight lines,
Blair