I was starting to feel like the season is getting close to being over the past couple of days. Then I go out today and find 3 fresh blacks and a lone little yellow nearby. No way we should be seeing any fresh blacks when we’re finding the mature big yellows. I know there will be those isolated micro climates that will produce at odd times but I do think we’re close to it being the last week.
The 2”+\- snow melt gave us another flush of everything (half frees, greys, yellows, even a few blacks) at the honey hole and with today’s rainfall I believe we may get another flush of yellows/greys on the way.
I checked my usual spots again that I had wrote off a few days ago just in case a miracle had occured with rececent rain and warm sunny days that followed.
Found 6 newer ones I had missed before but the season is now over for me in Jefferson County.
Only found a few big ones this year and tons of small ones that never got bigger.
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