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Graduation - Exploring New Waters

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Graduation - Exploring New Waters

Clint Taylor

Everyone reaches periodic milestones in their lives. I am about to reach one myself as I graduate from college. I have a lot to look forward to, and hopefully a lot more fishing to look forward to. It is moments like this in life where it is encouraging to see the work that you have put in making a difference. I couldn't be more thankful to get a college education and I look forward to putting it to good use. If college is in your future, look forward to the opportunity at hand. If you are still in college, keep at it and push through the hard work. If you have already graduated, congratulations because you have graduated.

Here are a few photos from some fishing during college years that bring back some good memories. Until next time, get out on the water and catch some big bass!

The photo above was taken during my first year of college when I wasn't able to do much fishing at all. The photo was titled "I Wish I Was Fishing".

Sometimes just a simple day out on the water with the dog can do the trick when school gets "ruff".

Big bass always take your mind off of school work - especially 12 pound largemouth bass.

A nice 2.5 pound bass caught during the midst of finals week.

The Devils River is always a great place to visit any time of the year, but especially when you need to get your mind off of engineering projects and homework.

Clint Taylor Devils River Bass