We hope you all had a great Thanksgiving with your family. We spent the day preparing for our upcoming trip and eating way too much turkey & stuffing! Tomorrow is Black Friday and you'll be bombarded with all the ads and sales but don't forget Small Business Saturday is coming and you have a chance to make a difference in your community by supporting small & family run businesses.
Same routine as before, but this time we want you to tell us if you prefer a fishing vest or a pack, and give us up to 3 sentences on why you prefer the one you use. You must leave your answer as a comment here in the blog. We will accept entries until next Wednesday at noon and then we will put all the names in a hat and Brooke will draw the winner which we will announce in next week's blog.
Black Friday is upon us and we’ve got some great prizes so don't forget to enter – why not do it now! On the pile is a 2022 Angler's Calendar, a dozen super buggers, and a brook trout canister.
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Our Season's Over
We wrapped up the last of our guiding this week. It's time, the water is cold and fish are not moving around much except for spawning activity. We had some dry fly action up to the very end with small olives and beetles on warm afternoons but most of the fishing was underneath, no surprise. There will be some hardy souls out on warm days over the next few months but most anglers will look forward to saltwater destinations, steelhead, the southern hemisphere, or to next spring.
We thank everyone who came for guiding, instructions, and corporate groups. We were blessed with a fantastic year of great clients, good waters and good fishing. We hope to see all of you back again in 2022.