I don’t think that I can begin to explain the pleasure that comes from knowing a place well after many years in all sorts of weather. Not just the knowledge of where to look for fish and find them. Well, most of the time but not always. Rather the quiet knowledge of which coves are protected in a certain wind and which ones are exposed and not much fun to spend time in.
This summer is definitely unusual for us but the fish don’t seem to know that things are a little off. In the last week I have had the good fortune to guide trips on both the fresh and saltwater. Both freshwater trips took place in serious rainstorms and as is usually the case in a rain that breaks a long dry spell the bass fishing was outstanding with a good number of willing bass on Megunticook Lake.
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