By Matt Reese
Catch fish…and eat them. Humankind has been doing it for millennia.
I am the oldest of four boys and while we were growing up we would make occasional trips to the family cabin with our parents. While there, my brothers and I would regularly request that our father facilitate the process of helping us not only catch fish of a suitable size and quantity for a meal for six, but also fillet and cook them. Anyone who thinks conducting such an endeavor with four young boys sounds simple has clearly not undertaken the task. Nonetheless, we did this a number of times while growing up and have many fond memories of it, even if we rarely got enough fish cleaned for a complete meal.
The plan was to continue this simple Reese tradition in June when we went back to the cabin for a week of family, fishing and boating.… Continue readingRead More »