The End Approaches

by Blue Damsel Manager on September 27, 2008

The leaves are changing and every hard, cool breeze sends a whirlwind of them from their limbs. Mahoganies and BWO’s are hatching daily, bull moose and big bucks are moving through the meadows, and Lolo peak has a fresh cap of snow. It is fall in Montana and close to the end of the season–but it’s not over yet. With just 2 1/2 weeks left in the season, the Blue Damsel staff is looking forward to a few more weeks of new friends, new fish stories, and, as always, good food. 

Like the late September days, the lodge updates are becoming shorter. Things are cruising to a smooth and happy finish. The fishing is solid, the weather is beautiful, and we are constantly surrounded by friends. It is easier to write about bad news. We don’t have any.

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