Well, doods, we're one step closer to being back in the action. Came out of the sling yesterday (after 6 1/2 weeks). Still weak and missing lots of range of motion but it's pain-free. I have a lot more capability in it than I did after past surgeries. Hoping this is a good sign. Physical terrorism starts this week. About 4-6 weeks of passive movement/range of motion stuff. I celebrated by spooling/loading some new reels, re-spooling others. Going forward I'm going to have a LH and RH set-up for all of my slow presentations (jig, c-rig, t-rig); may end doing the same for my power fishing presentations. That way I can balance the workload. Targeting 22 JUN for my first trip back on the H2O. Will give the sled a lil run. Was cleaning it up a bit over the weekend and thought I heard it whimper, "float me, float me." I aim to oblige.
Last Edit: Jun 10, 2019 7:31:45 GMT -5 by 31Airborne
Fell you pain Pal !! Had right Rotater cup & Bicep !! Few months back Then contacted Bilatterial New Monia in both Lungs !! Got to spend 10 days in a Coma in Morgantown the rehap every since !! Got O2 tanks but finaly getting to go to some local lakes & chace some Bass !! We do all right till I Back in Garage & see that Striper I But in the Garage !! Then I come to the house Crying ~!! My wife thanks I,m crying cause I miss Her !! Yes Sir I go Right along with it !! Hard to fish with yours Eyes BLACKED!! Hope to see you out there Pal Planning on a week or so when Dr, Releses me in July !! Hope God Bless !! PS-- Don,t push to hard set Backs are worse than surgery !!!
I had a work related injury almost took my left arm i had to completely swith to left handed reels just to keep striper fishing. The main thing is if there is a way to get it done then do it! I hope your first trip back out is successful bud!