River Report June 19, 2022
Rivers up and down the state are in great shape. Bouts of moderate rain every couple of day have put watershed at average levels for this Father’s Day. Even better are the cooler air temps that have kept water temps in the low 60s. Not much rain in 7day forecast, but below average air temps will keep the fishing hot.
It’s been a while for me to post simply because we have been so busy getting clients out for fun and fishing all over the state. Whistlepig farm has been busy providing not just great Rye whiskey, but after two years of Covid, is finally getting visitors and we are happy to be there fun facilitators again.
I know it’s Father’s Day, but I have to mention the number of women who have been booking trips. Most are looking to take a 1 or 2 day school to learn how to. Others are looking to improve skills, or to finally join loved ones on the river to enjoy the outdoors. These women are so much fun. They often have unique takes on the sport, that us men don’t see. They are always full of life and in most cases easier to teach how to cast.