Good Morning: Well nice looking day out there starting off. Sun is shinning but it is cool. Temperatures waking up were sitting at 2.6 C | 36.68 F.
Forecast For Today: Going to be a nice. Sunshine should remain with us for most of the day. A shower could make an appreance early this morning but I am thinking it will pass us by. Temperaturs will warm up conciderably as they day moves forward.
Highway Report: For those wanting to travel there should be no reason to hold you back. Highway 522 is bare and dry but as I said in other posts the deer and moose could pose a problem, as the blackflies force them out of the bush into openings now and then. Will pay to keep an eye open for them.
Bug Report: Blackflies are annoying here and there and will remain this way for the next few weeks. If in the area and not used to them a bug jacket would be a great asset.
Fishing Information: This morning the old weather stick is saying that the best times to be out there will be from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Then once again a little later on this afternoon from 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM. I give it a 3 fish rating out of 5 for catching a few this morning and a 4 fish rating out of 5 this afternoon. Winds this morning are calm coming in from the South South West.
Around Town: Still quiet but there is quite a few new vehicals entering into the picture each morning. Reports are coming in from some resort owners that they are renting cottages. Others that have their own cottages are opening them up for the season. Lots of boats heading off down to the boat docks. Mike at the garage here in town is really busy with doing spring tune ups on all his customers boat motors. Most want to have them ready for the long weekend, which is only a day away. For those that are taking Friday off and travelling, be careful out there. GIve yourself some extra time as you might be the best driver in the world, but there is always someone that isn’t paying attention to what they should be. Enjoy your day, stay safe. Orange Pekoe tea here this morning with a touch of spearmint, fresh from our garden. You can reach George Walters at [email protected]