Monday, October 26, 2009

A remarkable prairie sky and passing snow squalls on thanksgiving evening a couple weeks back.

photos by eric berglund

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Royal slap down with the 6 weight on the ole salmonids the other day. Zero complaints on this front, that's for sure. Coho, lake trout, rainbow and even some native and "elusive" coaster brook trout. Sucks to be us....not.

Ridiculously beautiful morning today. Thin dusting of snow on yellow tamarack. Sun blazing through low on the horizon and below freezing temps. Only camera to be had were my eyes and my brain.

live well, be well

peace out all

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Nough said.


photo by eric berglund

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

First snow came on thanksgiving over a week ago.
Short lived, but a sign that winter is on its way.
Fall in Canada.


photo's by eric berglund

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Been on the go these days and it's nice to be back at the headquarters for bit. Earliest first snow i can remember, thanksgiving, family, food, friends, celebration, birth, colours, geese, frost.
I like it.

photo by: eric berglund

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


photo's byL eric berglund

Monday, October 5, 2009

Headed back down the shore on Saturday morning expecting the surf to still be pumping. Though it wasn't the hollow overhead glassy pit of perfection that some doodze scored down in Duluth, it was fun and well worth the several hours in the water. Just a couple shots for the time being.

Pulled this shot from Bob Tema's Flickr page, although it may have been taken by Brian Stabinger...either way, glassy and overhead fresh water perfection.


photo's by e

Friday, October 2, 2009

Grey, rainy and winds gusting to 34knot @ E/ ENE. Majorly long hiatus, followed by a kickass start to the season. Started out disorganized, choppy and burly. Had to duck out mid day, but the latest report was that it cleaned up nice and stayed large. Nice rides and more than few taken on the head. Gauging by the fact that the buoy is still up around 12' at 10pm...and the wind is set to shift offshore, makes it seem like it should be good for a saturday morning session.

Liam, taking one of many drops

John, picks his line after catching a bomb on the outside. He was stoked!

peace out

photo's by: eric berglund