Winter

Snow has been falling to near sea level for the last two days with record cold forecast for the next few days.  I dropped my camera while trying to take a picture of some pumpkin rolls I baked for a potluck.  The water temperatures in the river are hovering around five degrees C.  The rain we are getting is showery and much of it falling as snow in the watersheds – so the rivers remain very low and COLD.  A more typical storm is forecast for the weekend and this may well put us into coastal winter steelhead season in a big way – just need a little warmer weather for them to move for a swung fly.  stay tuned…things autumnal is transitioning into all things winter…