Thursday, December 30, 2010

GillBilly Vimeo Video: THE WAY WE WERE

Classic huge historical Surfing/La Jolla High School/San Diego photo collection.

THE WAY WE WERE from Tommy & Jean Carroll on Vimeo.

Angling may be said to be so like the mathematics that it can never be fully learned.
Izaak Walton

Thursday, December 23, 2010

GillBilly Greeting: Happy Holidays!

We got no troubles, Life is the bubbles, Under the sea...
The Little Mermaid

Thursday, December 16, 2010

GillBilly Photo Surf Report: Killers Huge Waves 11-3-2010

Lots of people committed crimes during the year who would not have done so if they had been fishing. The increase of crime is among those deprived of the regenerations that impregnate the mind and character of the fisherman.
Herbert Hoover

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

GillBilly YouTube video: 1973 Austrian F1 Grand Prix

Clay Regazzoni in-car recon lap in the Marboro BRM followed by the start of the race. Amazingly well preserved copy. Natural sounds video... no commentary.

There's a fine line between fishing and standing on the shore like an idiot.
Steven Wright

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Thursday, November 25, 2010

GillBilly YouTube video: Baja 1000 Trophy Truck Jumps Part 1

SCORE 2010 Baja 1000 Trophy Truck Jumps Part 1

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There's more B.S. in fly fishing than there is in a Kansas feedlot.
Lefty Kreh

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

GillBilly YouTube video: Baja 1000 Robby Gordon Jump

Robby Gordon Super Slo-Mo 2010 Baja 1000 Jump

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One thing becomes clearer as one gets older and one's fishing experience increases, and that is the paramount importance of one's fishing companions.
John Ashley-Cooper

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

GillBilly YouTube video: Killers Huge waves 11-3-2010 3/3

First Day Out this Season at the Todos Santos Islands Filming the HUGE Waves.
Part Three

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The water you touch in a river is the last of that which has passed, and the first of that which is coming; thus it is with time.
Leonardo DaVinci

Monday, November 22, 2010

GillBilly YouTube video: Killers Huge waves 11-3-2010 2/3

First Day Out this Season at the Todos Santos Islands Filming the HUGE Waves.
Part Two

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I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all he holds dear, is the moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious.
Vince Lombardi

Sunday, November 21, 2010

GillBilly YouTube video: Killers Huge waves 11-3-2010 1/3

First Day Out this Season at the Todos Santos Islands Filming the HUGE Waves.
Part One

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There will be days when the fishing is better than one's most optimistic forecast, others when it is far worse. Either is a gain over just staying home.
Roderick Haig-Brown

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video Series: Resurrection - From Despare to Rejoice

Resurrection was nominated for two Academy Awards; one for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Ellen Burstyn) and another for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Eva LeGallienne). Ms. Burstyn is featured in this clip. They lost to Sissy Spacek in Coal Miner's Daughter and Mary Steenburgen in Melvin and Howard respectively. This movie was released in 1980 and is currently not available other than on second hand VHS tapes or bootleg DVDs.

After a car crash leaves her paralyzed and widowed, Edna McCauley (Ellen Burstyn) returns to her small hometown in Kansas to recuperate. During recovery, she notices a strange, almost mystical side effect of her near-death experience. Despite her own religious disbelief, Edna starts to exhibit miraculous abilities and goes on to become a healer. Edna captivates her town, peacefully healing the sick and dying with a touch of her hands in a deeply moving and spiritual journey. When she heals Cal (Sam Shepard), a local farmer, after a night of fighting, he begins to court her, and the two begin a passionate romance. As their relationship blossoms, Edna begins to heal her own physical and psychological wounds, coming to peace with the death of her husband (Jeffrey DeMunn) and working to understand her new fate. However, Cal believes that Edna's mystical abilities are a sign of God's will, and he refuses to accept Edna's belief that her powers simply come from deep love and understanding. Edna will not compromise her own beliefs in a spiritual and ideological battle with Cal that ends in a violent and disturbing climax. Burstyn delivers a tour-de-force, Oscar-nominated performance as a modern-day miracle in this unforgettable story of love and devotion. Director Daniel Petrie's film features an outstanding supporting cast, including Richard Farnsworth, Eva Le Gallienne, and Richard Hamilton.

In 2010, this film will be released on DVD as part of the Universal Vault Series of DVD-on-Demand titles.

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Often I have been exhausted on trout streams, uncomfortable, wet, cold, briar scarred, sunburned, mosquito bitten, but never, with a fly rod in my hand have I been less than in a place that was less than beautiful.
Charles Kuralt

Sunday, October 17, 2010

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There is certainly something in angling that tends to produce a gentleness of spirit and a pure sincerity of mind.
Washington Irving

Thursday, September 30, 2010

GillBilly Video: Just A Couple Of Good Ole Boys

A trout is a moment of beauty known only to those who seek it.
Arnold Gingrich

Monday, September 20, 2010

What a Wonderful Fishing Father... NOT!

Any man would look proud after catching a large barracuda as he poses with the fish and his 14 year-old daughter at the marina afterwards. Then you may wonder why his daughter looks less than thrilled………!!!

14 year old Coral Wira was sitting in a boat while her father fished.

Suddenly she saw a silver flash in the air. The barracuda had thrown the hook and grabbed her arm. Father managed to kill the fish with a knife in the head.

Coral needed 51 stitches! And he felt the need to pose for photos before taking her to hospital!

It is impossible to grow weary of a sport that is never the same on any two days of the year.
Theodore Gordon

Thursday, September 16, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: Kitten Chronicals Part 6

In this video collection we follow the growth and development of 3 kittens. Carlos Pablo Newman Franco Sinatra, the white male kitten, Gringa, the brown tiger striped female, and Tia, the white, brown and grey calico female. This video illustrates the 3rd month after birth.

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The fish and I were both stunned and disbelieving to find ourselves connected by a line.
William Humphrey in "The Armchair Angler"

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Southern California Offshore Fishing Heats Up

Fall ocean fishing is what many anglers live for, the time of year when boats run with less fishermen, the fishing often can be just as good, if not better, than the summer and the conditions usually are pleasant for a calm boat ride.

But this year, fishermen didn’t have much of a choice when it came to choosing to fish in the summer or waiting until the fall. There really wasn’t a summer season of note at the outer banks. Sport boats were fishing bass, rockfish and anything that would bite at a time when the decks would be filled with tuna, dorado and yellowtail.

But that changed last week as offshore fishing turned on. And it continued to build Friday when boats fishing as close as 20 miles off Mission Bay reported good scores on yellowfin tuna.

Capt. Mike Franchak on the Aztec reported in early with 90-plus mixed tuna. The Aztec was on the second day of a two-day run. But closer to home, Capt. Ryan Bostian radioed in 40-plus yellowfin from the morning of a three-quarter-day trip.

At H&M Landing, Capt. Frank Ursitti on the Ranger 85 reported over 60 mixed tuna, with 40 bluefin, 8 yellowfin and 15 albacore.

The Islander at Fisherman’s Landing reported 34 bluefin and a couple of yellowfin tuna on its first drift Friday morning.

The best fisherman I know try not to make the same mistakes over and over again; instead they strive to make new and interesting mistakes and to remember what they learned from them.
John Gierach "Fly Fishing the High Country"

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

GillBilly Video: Adolph's Bad Day...

In every species of fish I've angled for, it is the ones that have got away that thrill me the most, the ones that keep fresh in my memory. So I say it is good to lose fish. If we didn't, much of the thrill of angling would be gone.
Ray Bergman

Monday, August 16, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: Jimi Hendrix - Devonshire Downs Pop Festival 1/3

RARE AND HOT - JIMI HENDRIX - Devonshire Downs Newport Pop Festival. June 20-22, 1969 - This is the Sunday afternoon impromptu jam when Jimi showed up unexpectedly (6/22/69). The Jimi Hendrix Experience got paid a huge sum 2 days earlier, Friday night (6/20/69), which at the time was the largest sum ever paid to a rock act ($100-125K). Jimi was heckled by reported "racists" in the audience, got angry, played the set angry but still played a BLISTERING Red House & Hear My Train. Jimi returned 2 days later, because he felt bad about what happened Friday night...

The Gillbilly was there Friday night right under Jimi, center stage, it wasn't racism, it was that the crowd kept yelling out the hits from his first album to play, Jimi kept trying to get the crowd to lay back and groove, as he wanted to do... he pulled his patch cord and flipped off the entire crowd in a half pirouette totally pissed off as he left the Experience on stage... it was freaking CLASSIC!

This is the rare video footage taken when Jimi came back Sunday and jammed with Buddy Miles and some Mother Earth guys... that's the GillBilly there somewhere in the crowd... the Orange Sunshine was beaming that weekend!

The last Experience concert took place one week later on June 29, 1969 at Barry Fey's Denver Pop Festival, a three-day event held at Denver's Mile High Stadium that was marked by police firing tear gas into the audience as they played "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)". The band escaped from the venue in the back of a rental truck which was partly crushed by fans trying to escape the tear gas. The next day, Noel Redding announced that he had quit the Experience.

Concert Performers

Friday, June 20, 1969

Albert King, Edwin Hawkins Singers, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Joe Cocker with Leon Russel, Southwind, Spirit and Taj Mahal.

Saturday, June 21, 1969

Albert Collins, Brenton Wood, Buffy Ste. Marie, Charity, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eric Burdon, Friends of Distinction, Jethro Tull, Lee Michaels, Love, Steppenwolf and Sweetwater.

Sunday, June 22, 1969

Booker T & the MGs, Chambers Brothers, Flock, Grass Roots, Johnny Winter, Marvin Gaye, Mother Earth, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Miles, Mother Earth, Eric Burdon (jam), Poco (formerly Pogo), The Byrds, The Rascals and Three Dog Night.

"I've gone fishing thousands of times in my life, and I have never once felt unlucky or poorly paid for those hours on the water."
William Tapply "A Fly-Fishing Life"

Sunday, July 4, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: How Bad Can the Spill Get?

NOAA has released animation depicting how wide the oil spill may spread if the loop current in the Gulf of Mexico is in a typical configuration. It suggests the oil may spread up the Eastern Coast and well into the North Atlantic.

The trout do not rise in the cemetery, so you better do your fishing while you are still able.
Sparse Grey Hackle

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: John Winston Lennon the Legacy continues...

We Heard the news today, oh boy...
30 1/2 years ago. Has it really been that long? The void is still so huge.
We miss you profoundly John.

In these sad and ominous days of mad fortune chasing, every patriotic, thoughtful citizen, whether he fishes or not, should lament that we have not among our countrymen more fishermen.
Grover Cleveland

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

GillBilly Report - The Spill, The Scandal and the President

By Tim Dickinson
This article originally appeared in Rolling Stone 1107 from June 24, 2010.

On May 27th, more than a month into the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history, Barack Obama strode to the podium in the East Room of the White House. For weeks, the administration had been insisting that BP alone was to blame for the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf – and the ongoing failure to stop the massive leak. "They have the technical expertise to plug the hole," White House spokesman Robert Gibbs had said only six days earlier. "It is their responsibility." The president, Gibbs added, lacked the authority to play anything more than a supervisory role – a curious line of argument from an administration that has reserved the right to assassinate American citizens abroad and has nationalized much of the auto industry. "If BP is not accomplishing the task, can you just federalize it?" a reporter asked. "No," Gibbs replied.

Now, however, the president was suddenly standing up to take command of the cleanup effort. "In case you were wondering who's responsible," Obama told the nation, "I take responsibility." Sounding chastened, he acknowledged that his administration had failed to adequately reform the Minerals Management Service, the scandal-ridden federal agency that for years had essentially allowed the oil industry to self-regulate. "There wasn't sufficient urgency," the president said. "Absolutely I take responsibility for that." He also admitted that he had been too credulous of the oil giants: "I was wrong in my belief that the oil companies had their act together when it came to worst-case scenarios." He unveiled a presidential commission to investigate the disaster, discussed the resignation of the head of MMS, and extended a moratorium on new deepwater drilling. "The buck," he reiterated the next day on the sullied Louisiana coastline, "stops with me."

What didn't stop was the gusher. Hours before the president's press conference, an ominous plume of oil six miles wide and 22 miles long was discovered snaking its way toward Mobile Bay from BP's wellhead next to the wreckage of its Deepwater Horizon rig. Admiral Thad Allen, the U.S. commander overseeing the cleanup, framed the spill explicitly as an invasion: "The enemy is coming ashore," he said. Louisiana beaches were assaulted by blobs of oil that began to seep beneath the sand; acres of marshland at the "Bird's Foot," where the Mississippi meets the Gulf, were befouled by shit-brown crude – a death sentence for wetlands that serve as the cradle for much of the region's vital marine life. By the time Obama spoke, it was increasingly evident that this was not merely an ecological disaster. It was the most devastating assault on American soil since 9/11.

Like the attacks by Al Qaeda, the disaster in the Gulf was preceded by ample warnings – yet the administration had ignored them. Instead of cracking down on MMS, as he had vowed to do even before taking office, Obama left in place many of the top officials who oversaw the agency's culture of corruption. He permitted it to rubber-stamp dangerous drilling operations by BP – a firm with the worst safety record of any oil company – with virtually no environmental safeguards, using industry-friendly regulations drafted during the Bush years. He calibrated his response to the Gulf spill based on flawed and misleading estimates from BP – and then deployed his top aides to lowball the flow rate at a laughable 5,000 barrels a day, long after the best science made clear this catastrophe would eclipse the Exxon Valdez.

Even after the president's press conference, Rolling Stone has learned, the administration knew the spill could be far worse than its "best estimate" acknowledged. That same day, the president's Flow Rate Technical Group – a team of scientists charged with establishing the gusher's output – announced a new estimate of 12,000 to 25,000 barrels, based on calculations from video of the plume. In fact, according to interviews with team members and scientists familiar with its work, that figure represents the plume group's minimum estimate. The upper range was not included in their report because scientists analyzing the flow were unable to reach a consensus on how bad it could be. "The upper bound from the plume group, if it had come out, is very high," says Timothy Crone, a marine geophysicist at Columbia University who has consulted with the government's team. "That's why they had resistance internally. We're talking 100,000 barrels a day."

The median figure for Crone's independent calculations is 55,000 barrels a day – the equivalent of an Exxon Valdez every five days. "That's what the plume team's numbers show too," Crone says. A source privy to internal discussions at one of the world's top oil companies confirms that the industry privately agrees with such estimates. "The industry definitely believes the higher-end values," the source says. "That's accurate – if not more than that." The reason, he adds, is that BP appears to have unleashed one of the 10 most productive wells in the Gulf. "BP screwed up a really big, big find," the source says. "And if they can't cap this, it's not going to blow itself out anytime soon."

Even worse, the "moratorium" on drilling announced by the president does little to prevent future disasters. The ban halts exploratory drilling at only 33 deepwater operations, shutting down less than one percent of the total wells in the Gulf. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, the Cabinet-level official appointed by Obama to rein in the oil industry, boasts that "the moratorium is not a moratorium that will affect production" – which continues at 5,106 wells in the Gulf, including 591 in deep water.

Most troubling of all, the government has allowed BP to continue deep-sea production at its Atlantis rig – one of the world's largest oil platforms. Capable of drawing 200,000 barrels a day from the seafloor, Atlantis is located only 150 miles off the coast of Louisiana, in waters nearly 2,000 feet deeper than BP drilled at Deepwater Horizon. According to congressional documents, the platform lacks required engineering certification for as much as 90 percent of its subsea components – a flaw that internal BP documents reveal could lead to "catastrophic" errors. In a May 19th letter to Salazar, 26 congressmen called for the rig to be shut down immediately. "We are very concerned," they wrote, "that the tragedy at Deepwater Horizon could foreshadow an accident at BP Atlantis."

The administration's response to the looming threat? According to an e-mail to a congressional aide from a staff member at MMS, the agency has had "zero contact" with Atlantis about its safety risks since the Deepwater rig went down.

"It is only the inexperienced and thoughtless who find pleasure in killing fish for the mere sake of killing them. No sportsman does this."
W.C. Prime, 1888

Thursday, June 10, 2010

GillBilly SCORE 2010 Baja 500 Wrap-up

The winning 2010 Baja 500 McMillin truck


The 42nd annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500 attracted a record 41 Trophy Trucks to Ensenada. Most of the big names in off-road racing have long ago switched from the open buggies to the 800 horsepower Trophy Trucks, even in these challenging economic times. And the Trophy Truck lineup reads like a Who’s Who of desert racing — Robby Gordon , Larry Roeseler and co-driver/owner Roger Norman, the father-son team of Andy and Scott plus Mark McMillin in a second entry, Rob MacCachren, BJ Balwin and father Bobby, and the Las Vegas multi-truck team of Tim and Troy Herbst. Almost 300 motorcycles and vehicles were entered in off-road racing’s second-oldest event, which also represented the midpoint of the SCORE season.

The son-father team of Andy and Scott McMillin won the overall four-wheel title. The McMillin’s Ford F-150 Trophy Truck finished the 438.8-mile course, which started and finished in Ensenada, in 9 hours, 15 minutes and 13 seconds for an average speed of 47.20 mph. Andy and Scott also teamed to win last November’s Baja 1000. It was the third win in the past four SCORE races for 23-year-old National City, California’s Andy, who won the season-opening SCORE Laughlin Challenge driving solo. It was the second Baja 500 class win for Scott and Andy as a team. Scott McMillin, 50, claimed his third Baja 500 overall win and sixth Baja 500 class win. He previously won the overall title in 1983 and 1986 while co-driving with his late father, Corky McMillin. Andy drove the first half of the race and Scott drove the return leg to Ensenada. Scott pulled away from his closest pursuers over the final 150 miles and won by seven minutes and one second over Baja's Gus Vildosola Jr. of Mexicali.

The speeds were lower this year on the boulder-strewn course. The unusually wet northern Baja winter made the course rugged and rough and very technical and challenging for the competitors. But 192 of the 289 starters finished — the 66.4 percent finish rate being the fourth-highest in history.

Economically the event was a far better influence on local businesses than previous Baja races this past year. The competitors were spread evenly between the two extremes of the Ensenada area. The Coral Hotel and Marina had a large contingency of teams staging their race effort, and the San Nicolas Hotel hosted a gathering of racers as well as the Estero Beach Hotel to the south. Each team brought a large group of support vehicles and participants – the guys that do the dirty work that win races here in Baja. The McMillin team entered 4 vehicles in various classes, a family affair for that race group. The team pre-ran the course 3 times prior to the race, marking all the difficult parts of the course in their GPS units. “We’re starting to click as a team and I think we’re the team to beat if we’re having a good day — and we’ve been having a lot of good days lately,” Andy McMillin said.

In Memory of Steve McQueen

Angling is extremely time consuming. That's sort of the whole point.
Thomas McGuane

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: SCORE 2010 Baja 500 Part Two

Soon after I embraced the sport of angling I became convinced that I should never be able to enjoy it if I had to rely on the cooperation of the fish.
Sparse Grey Hackle

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: SCORE 2010 Baja 500 Part One

I frankly don't make much of a living, but I make a hell of a life.
Jack Gartside

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Fred Hall Del Mar Fishing Show Opens Today

San Diego’s oldest and largest boat show combined with the largest selection of fishing tackle, destination travel resorts and hunting outfitters in San Diego Co. will feature several new attractions with a spectacular lineup of free seminars including expanded kayak fishing instruction, private boater info and lots of fun for the whole family. If you love fishing, boating, hunting and are passionate about the great outdoors, we will see you in Del Mar. March 24-28, 2010.

The face of the water, in time, became a wonderful book - a book which told its mind to me without reserve, delivering its most cherished secrets as clearly as if it uttered them with a voice. And it was not a book to be read once and thrown aside, for it had a new story to tell every day.
Mark Twain

Sunday, February 28, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: San Diego Bay Chili Tsunami Tide Event

Angling may be said to be so like the mathematics that it
can never be fully learnt.
Izaak Walton

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: Welcome to the GillBilly Comix and Film Project

This is an appeal to those that would like to benefit the fishing industry in this rather difficult economic environment, and who would also like to help promote and propel a new project designed to expose more adults and young people to fishing as a healthy family life experience and bring a greater awareness of ocean and fish ecology. The project needs agents, investors, screenwriters and any connections that may be usable in the film and animation trades. Enlightened ocean aware individuals that are interested in creating a green environmental outreach to the public.

We need help evaluating the next phase, how we can hook-up with the right people that will find a common interest with us to move this project forward. We need to assemble a team of investors and movie promotion types.

Fishing is much more than fish. It is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers.
Herbert Hoover

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Monday, February 22, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: For Sale: Cheoy Lee s/v Sitka Part 2

Price reduced to $57,000 FOR QUICK SALE!

Perfect cruising boat - strong, spacious and fast.

New rebuilt Universal Kubota motor with 45 hours, 2 battery banks - 864 amp house battery bank -(4) 6 volt golf cart batteries new 8-23-2009 and (1) 105 amp reserve starting battery, solar and wind power, water maker, air conditioner, ice maker, 2 inverters, Heart battery monitor system, new gennaker, radar, SSB radio, 3 GPS units with navigation interface system, 3 depth sounders, vhf radio with cockpit mike, hailer, 2 autopilots with digital hand controller, 2 battery chargers, caribe skiff on heavy duty stainless davits, LNG stove and many more equipment features!

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Some go to church and think about fishing, others go fishing
and think about God.
Tony Blake

Sunday, February 21, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: Dan Hicks & his Hot Licks 1972

Dan Hicks and the "classic" lineup of his Hot Licks - Sid Page (violin), John Girton (guitar), Jaime Leopold (bass) and Lickettes Maryann Price and Naomi Eisenberg! - performing "By Hook or by Crook" and "Shorty Falls in Love" - identified here as "Another Night". I would venture that this is perhaps a rehearsal for the Flip Wilson show of 9/28/1972 - of which there is a video here ... - because the backdrop is the same. There is also "strange", misplaced laughter and applause, which might indicate that something else was going on at the same time.

One of the GillBilly's favorite bands.

A fishing pole is a stick with a hook at one end
and a fool on the other.
Samuel Johnson

Friday, January 29, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: Jimi Hendrix - The Sky is Crying - Live at Newport 1969

Newport Pop Festival, San Fernando Valley State College, Devonshire Downs, Northridge, CA, June, 22 1969.
The GillBilly was there!

I look into... my fly box, and think about all the elements I should consider in choosing the perfect fly: water temperature, what stage of development the bugs are in, what the fish are eating right now. Then I remember what a guide told me: 'Ninety percent of what a trout eats is brown and fuzzy and about five-eighths of an inch long.
Allison Moir

Thursday, January 28, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: Tiger Woods Punta Brava Golf Development Tour Part 2

Video produced by
Copyright (C) 2010 True Traveler Publishing All Rights Reserved. New Baja Golf Project designed by Tiger Woods.

I've gone fishing thousands of times in my life, and I have never once felt unlucky or poorly paid for those hours on the water.
William Tapply

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

GillBilly YouTube Video: Tiger Woods Punta Brava Golf Development Tour Part 1

Video produced by
Copyright (C) 2010 True Traveler Publishing All Rights Reserved. New Baja Golf Project designed by Tiger Woods.

The fish and I were both stunned and disbelieving to find ourselves connected by a line.
William Humphrey

Monday, January 4, 2010