The summer season lasted well into September this year. The weather has been warm even hot although we have been promised a change today. Fishing held up far better than usual with good striper fishing right to the end of the month. The freshwater fishing has been slow to look like a normal fall with warm low water.
As the leaves turn color and water temperatures cool a September question I am frequently asked is answered with this picture from today’s trip in the rain.
The official end of summer vacation season has passed and we are now headed toward fall. Where there were a few stray red leaves two weeks ago whole trees have begun to change color. After this week my calendar is more open with time to catch up before fall arrives. Most of my trips in the next few weeks are on freshwater but there are still stripers in the Saint George as of yesterday.
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