Monthly Archives: July 2011
Another day spent on Spednic Lake, putting in at the landing in Vanceboro, Washington County. With the Gazetteer in easy reach, I can tell you that it’s Map 46. Fishing was slower but we still caught and released a lot … Continue reading
My day started at 3:30 am Saturday when I heard chickens in distress. Raccoon! It had to be a raccoon. I let the three dogs out, put my boots on and grabbed a flashlight. The dogs were around the bantam … Continue reading
What a difference a week makes. Steve and I went fishing on Spednic Lake on July 4th. We fished the American and Canadian shores and caught a dozen small mouth bass using top water lures. None were much more than … Continue reading
If I was a clever, commercial writer I would write a blockbuster story about ‘Betsy from Buttercup Farm’ on Leighton Point Road in Pembroke. This story, set in the mid 1800’s, would be the Washington County version of ‘Little House … Continue reading
The black flies seem to be settling down for the summer.
I spend weekdays rushing around to get everything done so that when the weekend finally gets here we can spend our time in the boat. One evening last week we went for a ride on West Lake in Talmadge. Saturday … Continue reading