Jack and Art motor out for a day of fishing on Molunkus Lake.
Art with a nice smallmouth bass.
Bill shows off a nice pickerel
I got this nice one.
We saw a number of grouse with chicks on our hikes.
This momma grouse tried to lure us away from her you, using the broken wing trick.
Bill and I hiked to Haywire Pond
There were several pitcher pland flowers blooming on the shore of Haywire Pond.
This camp was near the shore of Haywire Pond.
Art, Bill, and me on the shore of the Penobscot River.
There was a hatch of caddis flies on the river. The smallmouth bass were rising to the, but I didn't bring my fly rod.
Bill fishes from the shore of Lost Pond.
We came across these bunchberry flowers while bushwhacking to Lost Pond.
It's egg laying time for the snapping turtle, and this one was crossing the road in search of a spot
to lay her eggs.
The wood sorrel were blooming.
This pair of loons was enjoying an evening swim on Molunkus Lake.