We have almost gotten through the rainy cloudy weather….. I hope.  The forecast is for sunshine and it is supposed to get hot but that remains to be seen.  We have had some showery weather this week but the temperatures have been perfect and to make it even better, it has been good flying weather.  The water in the north has started to go down already.  The water is level with most docks and Cobham Morley should be out of the water soon I hope.

Fishing has been great everywhere and the fish have been in a large variety of depths.  From 3 feet of water in the weeds on some lakes and in 5-20 feet of water on some of the others.  The common depth still seems to be 10-12 feet of water for the most part.  If it gets hot I would expect the walleyes to move into the weeds everywhere with Big Pike close by as they will be giving of lots of oxygen as they grow.  Sometimes your best walleye lure in early July is a 5 of diamonds above deep cabbage weeds.

Lots of bigger fish were caught last week and most camps catching and releasing walleyes up to 25 inches, the largest was from Cobham Daniel at 26.5 inches and lots of pike between 38-40 inches and a few 42 inch being the big ones caught and released last week.

Here are a few pictures from one of the nicest morning flights so far.

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Bob Call and his buddies made their bi-annual trip to Vee Lake and had a great trip as they do every time they visit.  Here is a nice healthy Pike!

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The Wasserman party has been our guests for a very long time and have taken Cherrington Lake as their second home.  Three generations!

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As always, the walleye fishing was first class.

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Allan is always smiling.  Cause he usually catches the biggest fish!!

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