I looked at my calendar and realized that I have two open weekend dates and a dozen or so open weekdays between now and the middle of November which will be the end of my season. I really can't imagine that the summer is over and I need to get the firewood in but that is the case.
I hope that you are able to get on the water for a few last times before the end of the season. If you would like to reserve one of those last open dates give me a call or drop me an e-mail. As you might imagine I am eager to spend as much time as I can on the water.
|In this issue|
|Family Fishing at its Finest|
|Getting Ready for Fall|
|Quiet Morning on the St. George River|
|Checking availibilty and making reservations|
Family Fishing at its Finest
Getting Ready for Fall
Quiet Morning on the Lower St George
Most mornings on the lower Saint George are beautiful and I always report that at home but there is nothing like seeing it firsthand. We had my brother and sister in-law visit last weekend which prompted a seal watching trip on the river.
We left early (well sort of) around 7AM and were rewarded with no wind which made it possible to see not only seals but many harbor porpoises.
Checking availability and making reservations
This year there are some changes on www.maineoutdoors.biz that make it easy to check availability for the trip of your choice and make a reservation. If you are thinking about a date you can check the availability calendar.
From any of the trip pages you can click on the make a reservation link and Time Trade will show you the slots available for the trip that you are interested in. From there the process for making a reservation is pretty straightforward. As always I will be in touch to confirm the details and make any additional arrangements.
Of course you can still call Maine Outdoors at (207) 785-4496 and make a reservation the old low tech way. No matter how you choose to make the arrangements I am looking forward to seeing each of you this summer.