Ever sit back and say to yourself, "man I have too much on my plate." I have been thinking this numerous times throughout this week. Not only do I write for two magazines, fish, help with storage rentals at Eagle Point, I also co-host a live radio program in Houston on Saturday nights.

I have taken some time this week to slow down. I had to learn how to write this column. Just like making pancakes for the first time. You measure each ingredient exactly, and the more you do it, the less you measure. You just pour it all together, and you make pancakes. It gets easier with time.

Capt. David Dillman is a columnist for The Daily News. Report your catch to reel.report@galvnews.com or call 409-683-5273.

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