It seemed like most of my time in the woods had been quick trips out to my trip report challenge spot, or just a few minutes in the woods near work. Two weekends ago two buddies and I decided to make the most of the fact we didn't have anything laying claim to our Friday evening or Saturday morning and to spend it camping on an old farm we have access to. Our plans included, fish, cook, gig, fire, fun. That was about it. It turns out we learned a few things. This pond is full of one size of bluegill. I'm going to work on thinning them out. Sometimes the mosquitoes just don't show up, thankfully. Frog legs breaded and fried with crushed up pork rinds are pretty good. We packed way too much food. We can still eat that much food. This is just what we needed. So without a lot more commentary here's a few shots. I missed a few things, but I focused more on catching 40 gills and laughing than getting my camera out. Heading into the property. Kinda shady kinda flat. That will do. 2" to 5" and a bunch of them. Old school worms worked best but we caught some on trout magnets, gulp corn, and a few other things. Modded Ontario split up some wood. A few gills we held onto. It had been a while since I had gigged. It's still fun. The previously mentioned pork rind frog legs w/ machete spatula. This dude makes a wicked cup of coffee. Parting shot before rolling out. Thanks for following along. Every trip doesn't have to be epic, and don't discount an hour or two in the woods, but sometimes it's just good to get out for an overnight when and where you can.