Saturday, April 12, 2008

My Yellow Posting 4

How can I do a Yellow posting without including my tackle box offerings. These are lures I use fishing and my small minnow bucket. Fish like Yellow too.

15 comments:

Michelle Pendergrass said...

Oh man!! I didn't think about the tackle box!!

Great picture!

Carletta said...

Soon be nice having fish on the end of those little guys won't it!

Stacey Huston said...

LOL, Now THAT is more like it!! Project yellow from the fishing guy.. and so beautifully and painstakingly(sp) arranged..

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Well, I was wondering when a post of these little fellas would come about! That is a fine photo, my friend!

Toni said...

Nice, fresh color! Gives me that feel-good-summertime feeling :)

Lilli & Nevada said...

Fishing tackle who would of thought, nope not me, but great idea and great lures

The Texican said...

I used most of those in my fishing life time. Good choice. Thanks for dropping by. I guess I should try and cover my swing with plastic Wal-Mart bags when it rains.

Shionge said...

This is so neat FG and I'll fall for this too if I am a fish heheheh....

Amy said...

Ahhhh fishing, my hubby's favorite. Very colorful photo, love it!

dot said...

Very cute and colorful! Year before last my daughter decorated her Christmas tree with her husband's fishing lures.

Rambling Round said...

Hmmmm...my oldest son would love these lures! Good idea for yellow day!

Anna said...

I was wondering when you would post something fish related! :)

Gina said...

Great shot!..this is very addictive, so I've decided to join in too.. :O)

Old Wom Tigley said...

Now these are very alluring to look at.. :O)

Salty said...

I love it, working your fishing lures into your blog! They all look like great lures too.

I do hope you can soon get out on the lake. I too only have Saturdays to fish. Although the weatherman has been calling for rain these last two Saturdays, thankfully he got it wrong. The water temp was 49 deg yesterday and the perch & bluegill were really on. Today a few of them hit the hot oil, yum :)