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  • Traditional Adirondack Fall

    Traditional Adirondack Fall

    It's been a while since I posted.  I'm proud to say my first summer was very busy and a success, I reached 30 clients.  Looking forward to servicing everyone in 2016.  

    Fall is definitely upon us. Bow season is open, black powder opens next weekend, geese are flying south, brook trout are staging to spawn and the tributaries on Lake Ontario are slowly filling with spawning fish. 

    Although it's been warm you can occasionally smell woodsmoke in the air.  Definitely a great time to be in the Adirondacks.

    It looks as though our dry summer is going to have an effect on the foliage.  Yesterday I fished a pond 1 hour north of here and at elevation. The fish were biting but the trees just weren't quite there yet.  Normally by Columbus we're at peak. I' m guessing we're a week or more out it the weather cooperates.  

    In the meantime, get out and enjoy this time of year before it turns white.