I headed up to Peters cabin after class finished up, arriving a little after midnight.
The fall colors were beautiful and we were in mostly sunny with 60's and 70's for temperature. There were a lot of people out fishing every day. Some were grouse and woodcock hunters who said it was too warm to hunt their dogs, so they decided to go fishing instead. Looking at the falling temp's in the forecast this week, that shouldn't be a repeat occurrence.
Fished for muskies with Peter and Wendy on the Flambeau
I hooked two but didn't get to fight them very long before losing them.
Headed up to the Brule motel, fished for steelhead.
1st day Jen caught a brookie on an egg fly and I caught a brown on a nymph. We ran into Peter who had some luck catching a couple steelhead. He had to bug out back to his cabin as he was going to guide a couple of people over the next two days.
Met up with several of my St. Paul Fly Tier's at the Kro-bar who were up for our annual Steelhead outing.
2nd day, I caught two steelhead.
Ed caught his 1st steelhead about midday.
Overall, it seemed that the fishing was not on fire, but it didn't totally suck either.
We headed for home Saturday evening so that I could spend Sunday doing schoolwork and incubating a crappy head cold that I have the pleasure of dealing with now. :)