Novembrrrrrrrr

Let me tell you something kiddies….. It’s cold out there! The weather we’ve seen would be pretty standard issue for January but it’s been a shock to the system in November. Yesterday we saw temperatures plummet as snow fell in the Smokies. A great day to stay home and do some blogging or read a book unless you’re booked to guide like Charity was.

Lynn Roloff fishes Little River as big snow flakes fall

Lynn Roloff fishes Little River as big snow flakes fall

Fortunately the fishing was pretty good even if the weather wasn’t so much like the day you dream of. Charity reported that they caught a good number of fish on nymphs and even got into some dry fly fishing in the afternoon.

This brown ate the dry fly

This brown ate the dry fly

Even as water temperatures are down at 40 degrees or less in some locations we expect a quick rebound since it’s sunny today and the weather is warming fast. In fact we should see the 60’s by the weekend.

The cold weather, winter sun, and snow do make for some nice pictures though. Here are a couple more from yesterday.

Autumn Snow on Rich Mountain

The view of Rich Mountain from Townsend, TN

Evening light on Cove Mountain as seen from Wears Valley

Evening light on Cove Mountain as seen from Wears Valley

Comments

  1. Rick Shelton says:

    Would take some time fishing with you guys in a blizzard right now. Great pics.