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.
While my season is transitioning from summer to fall there is a comforting sameness to that transition. I am busy trying to get the dogs (and me) into the woods each day for some exercise, fishing on foggy mornings with changing leaves in the background and regular clients who appreciate this time of year like I do.
Since the day in this picture was taken back in 2008 I have known that there are pike in the Saint George watershed. Since they are most likely here to stay and might grow to significant size I have been thinking that they might be something that my clients would be interested in fishing for.
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