Saturday, October 24, 2015

Autumn at Mohican State Park in Ohio

This past week, we visited Mohican State Park in Loudonville, Ohio so my husband could do some fly fishing. The fall color was slightly past peak, but it still made for some lovely photos. We spent most of our time near the covered bridge where my husband fished in the Clear Fork River. Unlike the last time he fished the Clear Fork at Mohican in June, the fishing this time was awful. Based on the river water levels from the day before and the day he fished, it is likely that water was released from the Pleasant Hill Dam. The increase in the water flow often causes the fish to hide. And hide they did!

Despite my husband having a less than successful time fishing, I had a great time taking photos. Here are a few. (Click on any image for a larger view.) A short video is also below.

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