Capt. Ronnie Daniels spotted the track from 20 feet away, and noticed it faced south. He picked up the trail from there and within minutes was an arm’s length from his prey.
Well, it’s July and it’s hot. The weather’s hot, the waters hot and, other than brief periods at night or the first couple of hours of daylight, it’s also jet ski/pleasure boat rush hour on the Rez.
The age old adage goes “There is more than one way to skin a cat,” but they forgot to mention that first you have to catch the cat.
The summer heat might be oppressive, but crappie are still biting at The Rez -- if you know how to catch them.