Here's something for you to think about this winter. Anyone of us could double or triple our fishing hours. Sounds interesting, doesn't it?
The only fault I can find with Wisconsin fishing is that there is so much of it, and so little time.
I found a partial answer in Ernie Radke's book "New Angles on Bass Fishing some nine years ago. Incidentally, this is a fine book. I have read it dozens of times.
Ernie, I believe, fishes Lake LaBelle and Oconomowoc. He loves fishing, as you will know when you read his book.
Ernie put it something like this: "This going fishing only after the demands of business, family, and social obligations are met, seriously limits an angler." Ernie advises, "Think of fishing as something to do first, rather than forever last."
Believe me it works. Give it a try. You will find that nothing suffers. You will work better and your other obligations will be met and not affected at all.
It will merely result in a happier year for you.
- Bill Binkelman; Dec. 1964