The Orvis “20 Days in September” Challenge – Part 3

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An early fall leopard rainbow from the Susitna Drainage.

Last month, Orvis challenged anglers to log 20 days on the water during the month of September. They didn’t have to be full days, just a legitimate attempt at catching fish. Anglers were asked to take a picture from each outing and post it to the Orvis Facebook page with the hashtag #OrvisFlyFishing and #20inSep.

I last wrote about my progress about half way through September, at which point I had logged just six days on the water. I knew I had to put in significant effort if I were to even come close to twenty days on the water. So here is how the second half of September went. 

Fishing day: #7
September 16
Location: Susitna River Drainage, Alaska

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#1 son reeling in a salmon for the first time with his uncle.

Fishing day: #8
September 20
Location: Upper Willow Creek, Alaska

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Not a salmon to be seen – dead or alive!

Fishing day: #9
September 23
Location: Susitna River, Alaska

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Fall on the Susitna River.

Fishing day: #10
September 30
Location: Float down Willow Creek, Alaska

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I was on the oars all day so the only picture I took was from the post float weiner roast.

As you can see I went fishing ten time in September but I’m not complaining because ten days of fishing in one month is a lot for me and more than most folks I know. I may not of completed the challenge but I am very happy with the results.

Head to the Orvis website to vote for your favorite picture from the 20 Days in September Challenge.

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