John is holding the lone silver for the week.
To say the river fished tough would be an understatement. What the heck happened?
It’s not all bad news though. At least I didn’t disappoint many clients. Hmmm, come to think of it, not having many clients is not the best news either….Thanks, John and Gary, for closing out the season with an enjoyable day.
As I mentioned last week, September 19th would be day to take out the dock. Here’s a view of the creek at 4pm before the tide came in.
The view at 6:30pm, near the apex of a 23.82 high tide.
6:35pm, Jane and I suited up for dock removal (thanks Mary and Leslie for being the photographers).
6:40pm. The dock in it’s final resting place until 2021.
This is the view the following morning after the tide dropped out.
Thanks, Dan, for your help putting away the dock.
Just like the silver salmon action this past week, moose sightings have slowed down as well. Here’s the one and only moose of the week.
Dock is out. Check.
Boat is on trailer. Check.
Cabins shut down. Check.
It’s time to winterize Beaver Creek Cabins & Guide Service and find a new adventure this week. Camping? Fishing? Hiking? Biking? Jane and I will find something fun to do I’m sure.
Come back to see where the path leads us.