Vol XV #123 – What Do You Do On a Day Like Today

  The morning began cloudy with a chance of drizzle and it did.  Fish like to bite when it drizzles and they did. By noon the clouds moved out and the sun took over and with it, a beautiful afternoon.  It’s great seeing these young anglers as they bring in the catch of the morning.    

Vol XV #122 – A Great Morning to Go Fishing

  There is always a lot of jubilation coming from the fishing buddies when they arrive in the morning. Today I asked Captain Anderson and his crew member to join the fishermen with Biscuit for a photo.  I certainly enjoy being a part of the Fishtown scene and to be able to share the morning with them.  We return to Fishtown … Read more »

Vol XV #118 – Catch of the Day

 6:00 am ~ 68° ~ Clear ~ Wind: Southwest at 4 mph ~ Humidity: 75%Sunrise is at 6:19 am ~ Ave. Low is 58° ~ Record Low is 42° (1985)3:30 p.m. ~ 75° ~ Partly Cloudy ~ Wind: W SW at 12 mph  ~ Humidity: 38%Sunset is at 9:19 pm ~ Ave. High is 80° ~ Record High is 92° (1987)Moonphase: First Quarter ~… Read more »

Vol XV #115 – On a Day Like Today You Can Pass the Time Away

.  A word of caution to our local and summer folks, watch out for careless drivers of automobiles and bikes.  Especially the bikers who ride two feet inside the driving lane when they have 4 feet of shoulder.  With summer traffic heavy in both directions it doesn’t really seem very smart to make a statement about who owns the road. … Read more »

Vol XV #114 – Meggen’s Monday!

We are in the middle of a series of days that are quintessential Leelanau days: bright, vivid colors, blue skies with a touch of wispy clouds, sunny, enough breeze to sail, warm enough during the day to enjoy being on and in the water or out and about on local trails and dunes, and cool enough at night for a… Read more »