I have not been fishing for some time because of the heat and rain.
I promised some time ago that I would do a post about Walden Pond. Today my brother-in-law and I went to Walden Pond and did a little fishing. It was an absolutely wonderful, early September day in New England. As you may have expected, there were people biking, boating, fishing, swimming and walking today.
As we made our way along the beach to the path that encircles Walden Pond we found this stone marker.
We found an area to do a little fishing and set up shop. We used live bait, night crawlers, lures and nothing enticed the bass to the end our lines. This was our view as we tossed our lines into the water.
The water was so clean and clear at Walden Pond that we saw a couple of large mouth bass that kept swimming in front of us and ignoring our offerings. We stayed about 60 minutes and decided to go to Lake Cochituate (History).
We found a spot along Lake Cochituate's shoreline and fished for a couple of hours. Below was my view as I fished.
The weather is changing for the better (in my view) and I expect to get back to wandering.