I wonder how the fishing is in Montana right now? August in Missoula means hoppers and ants and tricos and heat, usually. But I wouldn’t know this week. This week I’m on the coast here in Georgetown, Maine vacationing with the family. Still wetting lines, though these lines need to be rinsed off after use or the salt water will deteriorate them quick. Lots of fun, a little fishing, and I’ll let you know how it goes. Don’t worry about whether or not we’re getting enough to eat, that category is well taken care of when you have a brother in-law whose family business is a seafood distributorship and retail fish market. Lots of fish willing to eat a clouser minnow when the tide is high, and we’ll search for the striped bass with the boat. Now if only I can figure out how to get the drift boat in…
|This river is a little on the wide side. You can row us to the other side.
Jayme Erickson fishing for harbor pollock on the rocky coast of Maine.