Snow forecast for the High Country Tonight….
Wednesday….Dec. 7, 2011…..Tough conditions in the High Country of NC, SW VA , and TN as the two low pressure systems that have dealt us a rainy and now snowy flow have created some unfishable conditions. The second system is a spinoff, an upper level low that will ride in on a NW flow and will give us snow showers that will be intense but short lived. The word from our friends at RaysWeather in Boone, NC is that there will be a dusting to 1′ at elevations under 3000 feet, 1-3 inches up to 4500 feet, and up to 4 inches or more at elevations over 4500 feet.
Have finished a ton of Christmas fly orders today and will be shipping more tomorrow as well. Had to postpone a scheduled Thursday/Friday trip with regular client and friend David Carter of Greensboro, NC. We are rescheduling in early 2012, and probably a good thing as things are high, muddy, and pretty unsettled everywhere…even the TN tailwaters are blowing water, all day long and full releases. Things should be shaping up by late Friday and fishable again by Saturday if all goes well. I will be tying and preparing for upcoming trips, Dr. Jim Kramer and an office associate of his I will be guiding on Saturday, and will be guiding Stan Beck of Asheboro, NC on Monday. Plenty to get ready for and seems like Christmas is just around the corner.
Have a great evening and I’ll have another report tomorrow…on conditions and some other items as well…..
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