High Adventure August Newsletter
I am home today thanks to the Gail winds from Hurricane Irene.
Seems like she has lost a lot of her punch but our hearts go out to those who suffered loss during the storm.
I am looking at the end of my 2011 lake season but it is not over yet. If you can sneak away and you want in on the best lake season in years I am going to book a few days I kept open since I have lost a few recently to wind.
I have September 6 AM & PM Sept. 8 AM September 9th AM & PM
Call me now as they will go fast.
As for the river, I had a cancellation on October 4th. That is all I have for salmon season.
If you want steelhead I still have November 3, 7, 14, 28, 29, 30.
I also have December 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
In case you did not hear Shelley and I will be heading south for the winter and I will resume steelhead fishing in March.
For those of you that just have to fish in the cold make sure you grab my December and March and April openings. If you have the need to fish the winter months, give me a shout and I will hook you up with a good guide. I apologize for any convenience.
Be rest assured that we are not leaving and I am not giving up my New York fishing business .We will simply be south for about 10 weeks. I do plan on running a boat down there and will keep everyone informed as things progress.
Rate Increase for 2012
As we know the cost of everything continues to rise and I have not increased my rates in a long, long time. That being said 2012 rates for the lake season will be increased to $560.00 for a six hour and $660 for an 8 hour. This is only a $15.00 per person increase based on a four person party and I hope you can all understand the need for this.
We also need to make sure that we have a current e-mail for everyone as we will be doing away with paper confirmations and we will confirm all trips via e-mail. Please make sure we have a current e-mail address if you want to stay on the mailing list.
I hope everyone enjoys what is left of the summer and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Be safe and have a Fishtastic day,