The shift into September for me is a time that I typically like to sneak away for a few days and go in search of a few trout.
Yellowstone National Park is the typical starting point, combined with some other nearby waters generally makes for a pretty fun "sorta local" getaway.
A few days in the northeast section of the park means fishing rivers such as the Lamar, Slough, Soda Butte, and hiking into a section of the Yellowstone River.
This year's trip was probably more animal watching and hiking rather than fishing. But rest assured, we weren't leaving Yellowstone National Park without harassing some of it's local finned inhabitants.