Wednesday March 8, 2017 Jenner CA.
No rain here today
It’s hard to beat the weather around here. Instead of wind and rain like I would have had up in Oregon, the sun was out and the wind was low as I put my boat in the water at Jenner this morning.
Muddy and low tide
I paddled across the river to the island. The water was still muddy from the recent rains and it was low tide as a lot of shoreline was showing that only shows when it’s a real low tide.
Drifting on the current
From there I turned my boat into the current and drifted down the river to the bottom end of Penny Island where there was a lot of gravel showing because of the low tide.
With the muddy water there wasn’t much feeding going on today and only a few birds around that I went by.
With the low tide, I decided not to go down to the open river’s mouth as there was a lot of current down that way.
Monte Rio boat ramp
As you can see much mud and debrie on the boat ramp, but the ducks don’t mind. There is way too much mud for me to shovel off, so I hope someone will come by with a backhoe eventually and clean it up, otherwise the fishermen are going to have a hard time using it as the water clears up for fishing soon.
I went on home and did some unloading of my van and mostly just took it easy for the rest of the day.
And that was my day.