Cruising through

      A storm passes over the fen and you can be sure that underneath that dense grey cloud there will be some serious squally weather. I had driven down to one of the drains to check on the ice situation and although it looked free of solid ice just two or three inches under the surface was a layer about an inch or so thick.
      I thought that the rain and milder weather during the day would have melted the ice away but inevitably we had another hard frost last night so yet another reconnaissance is called for tomorrow.
      I've said before that fishermen are just like farmers the weather is never right, but it will improve.


Bureboyblog said…
We're off to fish our inland sea with an ex-pat friend briefly back from Canada tomorrow. Lets hope no sneaky layer of sub surface ice. Bloody big one at 350 acres if there was one.