Hope you all weathered the storm well, we took a pretty big hit at the coast, my structure around the bird in particular. Set us back a few days, when I say us, I actually mean me, but back at it again. Looks like we will be adding a few more marathons so stay tuned to the website. Spot #15 isn’t looking so good Dave.
Thanks for all of your calls, it was nice talking with everyone again. We have reached out to last year’s charter groups, in hopes of reserving dates for this upcoming year. These dates are limited so please call to secure your days. Stay tuned for more marathon dates, as many of these are filling up fast. It’s business as usual on the Bird. “Life of Riley!”
Happy New Year! Our 2017 schedule is now posted…call the office to book (603) 929-1995
I hope Santa brought you some new fishing tackle. Time is flying by and the season will be upon us before you know it. The new schedule and pricing is almost ready for printing, and should be posted within the next few days. Enjoy your Holiday and have a Happy and Safe New Years. Remember, try to stay within yourself in these festive times, some of our regulars have been known to get a little sloppy, I won’t mention names, I will however give an example…
Who let the dogs out? Good bite of haddock today, but man we were running around the deck punching dogs all day long. Three trips left, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and then moth balls. I cannot believe the season is over, seems like we just got started.
He would have been 73 today, cancer got the best of him in April just before the season started. I’m not one of those who is easily impressed, but I can’t count how many times that he did just that. Whether it was some ridiculous feat of strength or just being the caring and giving person that he was. He was always there when I needed him, not because I asked but because he knew. For better or worse, his actions and guidance shaped me into the person I am today. He was the most significant person in my life and I struggle with his passing everyday. Thanks to all of you and the Yellow Bird for keeping me pre-occupied. Safe journey big guy, I miss you.
Howard L. Janvrin Jr.
10/16/43 – 4/29/16