A Classic report
by Captain Mike Gerry
With the Bass Master Classic now in our rear-view mirror, I thought I would give my view as to where Guntersville Lake is in respect to its fish ability and health.
Storage and preparation for hearty winter veggies
by Trisha Watson
Cut off any green tops; refrigerate in green friendly plastic bags. Either scrub with a vegetable brush or peel. If the carrots are organic, neither of these are necessary, just wash to remove any dirt.Cut as desired and serve either raw or cook until just tender. I personally like carrot salad with either crushed pineapple or golden raisins and a light mayonnaise dressing.
“Jesus is the answer to our troubled world!”
by Terry Broome
Hardly a day passes without the gloom and doom headlines and television reports of killing, and stealing, and crime everywhere – man’s inhumanity to man – the “apparent” hopelessness of our human race! Poverty and war threaten the dreams and hopes of countless millions. We are very much aware of the horrible conditions in many parts of the world which cause so many people to be pessimistic about their futures. More than pessimistic, it appears to be more a sense of hopelessness. One author wrote that “Today, even the survival of humanity is a utopian hope.”
by Mike Gerry
Fishing’s visual line
Fishing’sWintertime, on many lakes, can take many different forms in respect to water clarity.
by Teresia Smith
Finding Joy Again
For people that have suffered trauma, the brain sometimes goes into a type of survival mode, to protect oneself to feel safe.