When: Friday, September 16th, from 5:30pm to 6pm
Where: Lake Nomahegan
What: Carp fishing
Weather: 68 degrees, mostly cloudy, variable winds at 7mph
Barometric Pressure: 30.28in and steady
Moon: Waning. 5 days after full
Water Conditions: Normal level and muddy
I was extremely exhausted last night and did not feel like writing this blog.
As I sit here now, I'm coming off a successful outing on Lake Hopatcong, so I'm once again less than thrilled to write about my uneventful carp fishing trip. I didn't catch anything, but maybe I should write about the crazy couple of days of it's been.
Thursday was a productive, but long day at work. After fishing, coming home and taking care of my responsibilities, I wrote my blog. Normally, this would be the point that I watched some TV and went to bed, but not on this night. I had a 1am virtual meeting with an artist in the Phillipines to get and an created for a customer I was seeing on Friday. So, I stayed up, did some work and some reading and then logged-on to the web conference. At 2:30am I went to sleep, waking up 4 hours later since I'm trained to wake up at 6:30am. After some morning computer work, I had an 8am and 9am online meeting, followed by a full day. I did my fishing in the evening, then had to prep for the day on Hopatcong, meet some friends and keep a diner date. I went to bed at 11am, only to wake up a 3:30am to go fishing again.
So, I'm tired.
However, I'd be a lot more tired if I didn't catch any fish on Lake Hopatcong.
I'll write about that when I've had some more rest.