Thursday, June 02, 2011

Ayish Bayou Catfish...

On our weekend visit to San Augustine Park we fished along Ayish Bayou, a stream that feeds into Sam Rayburn Lake. The Texas Historical Association says the tributary was named after the Ais Indians who lived along it's banks. Probably a good living until settlers started showing up in the area about 1820, but then that's always the story, there goes the neighborhood. Which is really ok, new neighbors that is by me as long as they let each other be. This photo is one of the few remaining wild Indians still living off the land in the area.


We sacked up a nice little bag of 10 catfish and threw back a bucket full of undersized. Here you see Mary with one of her river monsters.



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