Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Molly's purpose

Alright!...I admit it!  I'm one of those obnoxious "my dog is smater than your honor role student" type of dog owners.  But she really is! 

I know this blog is visited by more folks who want fishing, particularly salmon and steelhead fly fishing information.  Sorry!  I'll eventually get back to those types of posts.

But for now, I want to blog about my goofy little yellow female lab pup, Molly.

She had her first day in the duck blind today, her real purpose in life, aside from being my buddy.

She retrieved a few birds, wasn't real sure what to do with others that didn't cooperate with her and really just kind of got introduced to what all these past months of training was really for.

The future is pretty bright for buddy Molly, and I love getting to experience all of it with her! 

1 comment:

  1. Hi Dean,

    I enjoyed reading your description of applying coat it to your aluminum drift boat. That was more than a year ago; how is it holding up? Any issues?

    Full disclosure- I am the R &D guy at Wearlon (we make the Wetlander coating, which is currently being used by drifboaters as an easy to apply alternative to "the other two" coatings you mentioned in your article). I am always curious as to learn about people's long term results... As a first time user of Coat it, would you recommend it to another driftboater? If you would like to contact me privately, just visit and contact me through the site.

    Thanks again for the great article.
    -Scott @ Wetlander