Morning dawns at Peffley's Wilderness Camp

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Anyone see October?

Wow, talk about a month flying by quickly! REALLY having a hard time wrapping my head around it being November 1 already. Finally after a month of being home and getting a little R&R, facilitating Megan's Sweet 16 birthday party (encompassing four days including a waterpark trip to Sandusky, OH), and Halloween-- I am trying to refocus on outstanding camp related issues so some fall fishing and deer hunting can find it's way onto the schedule!

We have also been working on finalizing the 2013 sport show circuit and have been giving consideration to adding a couple of shows in Rockford, IL and Cedar Falls, IA, as well as looking into some print advertising again this year which we just haven't done much of in the past. Although not finalized at this time, I think we will have some print ads in Midwest Outdoors magazine again this year in their special "Canada Fever" issues. We will also be working with our printers to get new rate sheets for the 2013 season printed for inclusion in our annual Christmas letter that will be rapidly approaching. It may not seem like much, but with a mailing list of well over a thousand past, present and future guests it's quite an undertaking to print, fold, stuff, post and mail the letter. Looking forward to providing you the one-page "wrap-up" of the entire 18 week operating season and of course making the announcement of this year's Catch & Release FREE trip winner for those who supported our fishery by releasing a trophy walleye, northern pike or smallmouth bass. If you are not on the mailing list and wish to be, just shoot us a quick email and we will be happy to add you.

Bookings for 2013 are looking good as of now and we anticipate another very busy season in camp. For those of you who may not have a reservation at this time there are some very PRIME weeks of quality fishing that still have limited availability including the first two weeks of our season and again in late August and early September which historically has been some of the very best fishing of our entire season.

Stay in touch with us via the website, email, our Facebook group or of course this Blog. Until next time, hope your fall season is enjoyable!

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