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Monday, September 28, 2020
By Dave Graybill
As some of you may know, my brother Rick Graybill, suffered a compound fracture of his right leg in late July. His presence behind the fishing counter at Hooked on Toys has been sorely missed. He was the go-to guy for fishing information for the past six years. Rick is just well enough to venture outdoors, to do some fishing. Our good friend Steve Goodfellow offered to take Rick and I out on his boat. He had heard of the great fishing I have had on Rufus Woods for triploid rainbow trout and walleye and wanted to give it a try. We launched at Seatons Grove last Friday and headed down to the upper net pens. There weren’t many boats on Rufus Woods. The forecast was for rain and heavy winds, and that kept most folks at home. It did rain, but the wind didn’t blow, and we had a spectacular day. We got our first fish about ten minutes after we started trolling. We wanted to get some walleye so were using jigging plugs. We just got one walleye, but the triploids loved the lures and we got double digit numbers of fat triploids. I hope to get Rick to Banks for walleye fishing soon.
Here’s my brother Rick with one of the triploids we caught fishing with Steve Goodfellow last Friday.