bama29 wrote:goodoyster were still doing it that way and loading up frogs deen still rd moore rd old glade and sometimes we ride richloam wma looking
That's cool! Good to know some things can still be done like we used to do it! Another good spot used to be on 33 (Lakeland Hills Blvd) between Combee Rd and I-4. On both sides of the road was a nice wide shoulder leading to a big ditch. When it rained a lot, like it has lately, the whole west side was swampy and the frogs would be back away from the road, but the east side would hold some good ones. The east side got deeper, almost chest deep (I'm over 6 foot). But to get the good ones you gotta get wet! Was a lot of fun back when I was in high school. No telling how that area looks now, I haven't been there in 20+ years. I know they built a golf course and some other stuff, re-routed the roads, etc. I get lost in my own hometown when I go back to visit!