Yesterday I fished with a young couple for bass and pike on Seven Tree Pond. It was the last trip in my calendar for this season. I normally guide a few November fishing trips but those are usually very last minute and planned for warm days. Snow in the forecast for Friday marking a turn to chillier weather for sure not unexpected and certainly not the end of nice days on hte water.
I am not guiding at Libby Camps as much this fall. Partly by design and partly the result of the pandemic. Guiding more fishing this October and am enjoying some beautiful days on the water. Yesterday for example was a learn to fly fish trip on Seven Tree Pond here in Union. The day started chilly foggy and damp.
Suddenly the woods are brilliant! Usually you can see the transition coming. Building slowly from early August but not this year. All of a sudden at the end of September here it is a riot of color. The folks that explain these things tell us that it is a result of the extreme drought and an early frost. Both of which we certainly had.
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