Monday, May 28, 2012

Memorial Day 2013

Thank you veterans, all those currently serving in the US armed forces and their families who support them.  America would not be the country it is today without your dedication and sacrifice.  We truly appreciate and support your commitment.  Our future is bright thanks to all of you.

Remember, this isn't just another Monday holiday.  Please make the time to say thank to those who are serving,  have served and pause to give thought to those who paid the ultimate price for your freedom.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

As you can see from this webcam shot, the sun is out and the water is high.  According to the extended forecast, it appears we are finally in for a few days of sunny weather to get some work done outside.  Of course there is always painting, laundry and the grass needs to be mowed (the portion that isn't under water).

The salmon and trout are biting and the fishermen were all in bright and early this morning for breakfast to head out for another day on the water.  Of course we also had some very early risers who fished first and then returned to camp to eat.  The have priorities!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Wilderness Navigation Class 2012

Mark your calendar. The Wilderness Navigation Course will be held here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps August 24th - 26th.  Navigation skills are as important as knowing how to make a fire…maybe even more so.  If you can read a map and compass, you can often get yourself out of many of the dangerous circumstances that can suddenly develop in the backcountry, no matter how well prepared you are.  Join us for this comprehensive course taught by former New Hampshire Game Warden, Rick Estes.  Details can be found at .  A 50% deposit is required to confirm your lodging and course participation.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Happy Mother's Day

As you can see, my flowers have finally bloomed here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps.  After two weeks of rain, I think they were just waiting for the sun to shine which it did beautifully yesterday.  Although it has yet to make an appearance today.

The fishermen are happy with the overcast skies.  They tell me it's perfect conditions.... not too bright or windy unlike yesterday. 

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Congratulations to our nephew Dale (pictured above with his father, David) who shot his first turkey this past weekend.  He weighed in at 16 pounds.

Our fishermen of the Spring 2012 season will be arriving tomorrow and thanks to the recent rainfall, conditions are looking good.  The water levels in the rivers, ponds and lake have risen over the past two weeks and currently sit at near normal.  It has been cold overnight though so I'm sure the water temperature will require long johns under waders for at least another week or two.

Hope you had a chance to view the full moon last night.  We had a spectacular view from here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps.  It was so full and bright it almost looked fake.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Well here we are, May 1st and vacation is over.  The project list is nearing completion and our fishermen will be arriving on Monday, May 7th.  We are excited to begin another season and look forward to greeting old friends and first time visitors to Bosebuck Mountain Camps.  Our entire crew, Ann, Shannon, Dana and Chad have all returned and we have all been working to get this place in tip top condition.

"Ice-out" for Aziscohos was declared on April 15th and even though snowfall was below average this winter, lake levels are now near normal due to recent rain (including today) and  two inches of fresh snow this past weekend. After some unseasonably warm temperatures in March, we have returned to cooler temperatures with overnight lows in the teens.  Fishermen, be sure to pack your long johns because you'll need them under your waders.