One of many bonuses one gets when fishing muskies on the Ottawa River is the experience of sunrise and sunset like you have never seen. I don’t hear locals talking about the amazing sunsets we have here very often, probably because Canadians don’t realize just how good we have it a lot of the time. My American guests rave about our skies here. Below are some shots from the first 2 weeks of September to show off exactly what we are talking about here.
The other amazing spectacle on the river this year has been the eagle fights. There are more eagles on the river this year than I have ever seen – Ospreys, Balds, and Goldens. Balds and Goldens sit in the trees and watch the Ospreys hunt. When the osprey catches something worth stealing, the big birds take flight. My guests and I have seen talons locked together and birds in spiraling free-falls numerous times this summer. We have watched epic battles that have lasted more than 15 minutes and we watched a big Osprey and a Golden fight as fiercely as I have ever seen 2 birds fight, earlier this week.
In the next month we will experience the entire shores of the Ottawa River in full on fall colours. With the excess rain we had early this summer the colours are supposed to be extra special this year.
November gives us the longest sunsets of the year and often last for a full hour. Still #musky dates available in October and November. Oh ya, we hunt the biggest #muskies in the world while we enjoy the scenery too.
John M. Anderson
We produce BIG fish!!
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