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Old 10-03-2012, 11:58 AM
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We got the first snow of the season today.. anyone else?

I think we're behind Utah.. looks like they got snow last week
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Old 10-03-2012, 04:43 PM
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Dave: No snow here yet in Pinedale, WY, but we had snow last week in the Wind River Range behind town. It's definitely cooling off and won't be long before we are covered in the white stuff! In the meantime I'm trying to get in as much fishing as possible. Waded on the Green yesterday and doing a float tomorrow.......retirement sure is rough!
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Whitefish Mountain was completely white this morning...upper still has a dusting too.
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Had some snow out here on the plains east of the Rockies.

I just read some good news. Headhunters is reporting BWOs below holter. Getting excited for my trip on the mo for a few days after I get my antelope down this weekend.
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Yep. Almost down to town.
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The county robo called me this evening with a severe winter storm advisory. We are going to get up to a foot of snow tonight, so I guess I can put the popper boxes away. I think I'll put the Simms away while I'm at it and get out the neoprenes. Summer was to warm this year. We always pay for it in the end. Winter will probably be early and cold.

Oh I almost forgot, it's raining right now so when it does turn to snow it will be on a layer of ice. Weeeeeeee, how much fun is that!
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Dan,

Sounds nice You spotted my snow picture last week I hope......... We got about 4" but it settled fast and melted by the next morning even in the woods down back. I went fishing today and by 3:30 PM it started a good rain. I caught some trout 7 or 8 I think and the last one of the day was a good rod bender in swift water. It was only a foot or so but did plenty of jumping and racing up and down the creek. Naturally this occurred in the worst tangle of down trees I had fished through. I tried to drag it up rather than to duck and weave down to calmer water and he (I saw it at the shore line) came loose at the edge of the water Too bad, a really pretty fish with great colors.

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We had our first snowfall in Fairbanks last weekend. But sadly it wasn't much and it melted fast.
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Sounds like fun Ard. Did the snow all melt off?

If they are right about how much we are going to get, and they rarely are, it could be a few days before it's gone. I've seen years here where it got here in October and stayed. I hope this isn't one of them. It is pretty early in October so I doubt it's here to stay. You never know with this place though.

I was hoping to get to do some more poppers for Pike in, but this is likely going to put an end that fun. Have to go dig out the warm clothes, the neoprenes and deeper flies.
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I was excited because the weather was starting to get colder here in NY, but now today its back up to almost 70... meteorological trickery I tell you!!
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