Friday, October 21, 2016

Autumn Color at Mohican State Park

My husband enjoys fly fishing in the Clear Fork River at Mohican State Park in Loudonville Ohio, so we try to make the trip once or twice a year. This year, we hit the fall color at its peak. The weather was spectacular with warmer than normal temps. The downside: it was very windy and as the morning progressed, the river began to fill with fallen leaves, making it hard for the fish to even see the flies. The water level was also very low, making for few deep pools for the fish. My husband did catch one small largemouth bass, however. While his fishing day wasn’t one of his best, I had a wonderful time photographing the bold fall colors. Here are some photos and a video - enjoy! (Click on any image for a larger view.)

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