Tuesday, September 21, 2010

A number of things are happening at Bosebuck Mountain Camps over the past few days. First of all congratulations to Roger, Jr. and Roger, III on their successful bear hunt last week.
We have received a good bit of rain with cooler overnight temps so the water levels are up, the water temperature is down and both the fish and fishermen are happy.
We received our first frost of the season last night which makes Chad quite happy because he thinks he has mowed the lawns for the last time this year. Not so sure about that but little does he know he'll be shoveling that white stuff sooner than he thinks.
Mike of course has been out and about with the bear hunters over the past three weeks and is pleased to report lots of birds and a very healthy population of deer this fall. Unlike many other parts of the state, the deer herd in this area is very good. We do offer a deer hunting package for $699 per week which includes your lodging and meals (check out the Rates page on our website for additional information). Give us a call to reserve your cabin now.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Yesterday completed week #2 of the 2010 bear season here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps.

Week #1 was completed by Will, age 10, who went home with his first bear and Charlie who was determined not to let his younger brother show him up.

This week, Travis and Mike are returning home having enjoyed their week of hunting which ended in a successful harvest . Congratulations to all!

Changing the subject, the cool nights and rainfall this past week is just what the fishermen have been waiting for. The water temperature is starting to cool and the levels are beginning to climb.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Bear season 2010 is well underway here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps. Even with these unseasonably warm temperatures our hunters have successfully harvested three nice bear. The largest of which weighed in at 369 pounds (309 dressed).
Congratulations to Gene Jr, Gene, III and Artie.

For you fishermen watching the water levels , we did receive a good bit of rain overnight and we are expecting to receive another batch tonight courtesy of Earl. The forecast is indicating that the majority of rain should arrive late tonight and continuing into the early morning hours. That should leave most of day and remainder of the long holiday weekend free to enjoy all outdoor activities.