Skeet’s Beat – New York State of Mind

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SkeetBlogThe big ticket for the week was my Microhoneycomb Football Jig / Big Worm
spinning version, matched with my Victory spinning reel, eight-pound-test
Berkley Nanofil line and a tube on a 3/8 -ounce head.

Now that the fun fishing is over, it’s time to get to work at
Oneida. I’m in pretty good shape for the Classic right now in the points
standings, so I just need to go out and have a good tournament.

I’m not
sure what my strategy will be yet, but I know that I need to get through to the
Saturday cut, and then I’ll feel good about the Tulsa Classic; that’s my main
concern.

I know there are three guys chomping at the bit to get started
right now. Brent Chapman, Todd Faircloth and Ott Defoe are really the only guys
who have chance at it, and two of them are teammates. Brent is with Wright &
McGill and TroKar and Ott is with Berkley, and loves my Pit Boss. I’m sure it’s
going to be an exciting finish. I just want to get into the Classic and then try
to get back in the AOY hunt next year.

It’s also time to start thinking about All Star Week. I had a lot of fun there last year thanks to the fans who voted me in. I hope you’ll help get me in there again this year.

Before I take off, I thought I’d say congratulations to Jacob Wheeler for winning the
Forrest Wood Cup. I met him at ICAST, and he seems like a good guy, and he really surprised everyone with his pattern in winning.

Well, it sucks I’m away from the girls when they started school. I look forward to being there to
take them to school with Kim on their first day, I hate that I missed that.

I’ll check back after Oneida.