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
Location: Susitna River Drainage, Alaska
Fishing day: #8
Location: Upper Willow Creek, Alaska
Fishing day: #9
Location: Susitna River, Alaska
Fishing day: #10
Location: Float down Willow Creek, Alaska
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.