A Cool Down Causes a Heat Up… — Wilderness North

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A Cool Down Causes a Heat Up…

Alan & KristaIs that even Possible?

The weather is cooling down. Fall is here and our girls – Sierra and Megan – have headed back to school. In terms of actual nice weather, we are experiencing the nicest days of the year. Graham’s weather column claims it might just be the delayed start of summer.  HMMM?

It seems the cooler water temps, and the rising water levels are all “leading indicators” of the fall frenzy that is beginning. More importantly – so are the number of Master Angler pins distributed this past week. Joe Pichey has the recap on the fishing at the outpost cabins. Tyler has a list of big fish to report from Whitewater Lake from his post at Striker’s Point Lodge. Groups are still to arrive for D’Alton – Ogoki Lake – and ZigZag adventures. So we still have 2-3 weeks of fall angling to go. The fall colours are coming on and frost is finding its way in the low-lying areas. Every returning guest reports big fish in the shallows as the days get shorter.

Both Albany River lodges are now closed for the season and Bernard and Meryl report that their season at Makokibatan ended on a great note.

As we look forward to 2010 we are not planning to change our pricing – at least now through the end of the year. We are offering our “ReelDeal” plan again, in which guests save 10% on their 2010 adventure when booked and paid in full before December 20th. Many of this year’s guests have already booked their trips for 2010, so this is a perfect time to check your schedules and reserve your dates.

We appreciate the loyalty of our many guests and the chance to meet new folks as well. We look forward to next year.
I always value your comments and questions. Send them to me here or call at 888-465-3474
Alan

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