Still beautiful . . .


The leaves of the cottonwood trees are turning to the bright yellow, orange and red of the season.

Ski boats and jet skis, campers and motorhomes have been winterized and parked until next year. Autumn is here in full force.

While another summer is in the books, fishing on area lakes and rivers continues.

They’re still catching pike and kokanee, small mouth bass and salmon on Chatcolet Lake and several of the other chain lakes in and around the area. We’re told Benewah Lake has plenty of people fishing for crappie.

The cool nights and warm, bright days keep the cutthroat feeding in the waters of the St. Joe River.

Fishermen love this time of year as they have the waterways to themselves. The air is crisp, water is peaceful. What’s not to love about the St. Joe Valley?



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