We have been very busy and time is flying by. June is half over already! Fishermen continue to fly to and from the bush with big smiles on their faces. Mother Nature went into a bit of a bad mood last week, bring a lot of wind to our area, cooler temperatures (it froze one morning), and a few days of rain. With only a slight delay, our fishermen were all moved on the day they were supposed to be. The bad weather did not damper any of our guests spirits thats for sure. Many of them had more cabin time than normal but still reported having a blast!
Fishing was slightly slower than normal overall but many groups reported catching some BIG fish. The wind blew like a banshee and changed often making for scattered fishing, catching 15-20 in a spot then moving on down to the next spot. The fish didn’t know where to be. Lets hope we get back into more of a normal weather pattern soon.
Here are some recent pictures from the last few groups.
Shearstone had the Gudahl Party visit last week. They caught some nice fish during their stay and never had an issue finding the fish. The cooler weather affected the bigger pike but walleye fishing was outstanding!
Loree Lake had the Lindberg party stay there last week. These guys have been to almost all of our lakes and have started to go around again. They started out the week with slower than normal fishing but finished of just like it should be, Great! They even saw a WOLVERINE! Walking the shoreline and then swam across the narrows right in front of them. A rare sight. Here is Phil the walleye whisperer.
Findlay Lake. Tim T. and his group of merry men made their annual trip to Findlay and caught 1688 walleye for 4 guys in 7 days. And they didn’t even fish hard. Keep in mind they have lots of experience on this lake and know where to find them on any given weather conditions but that is a awesome number of fish. 100 fish per boat before lunch happened practically everyday. They have the sore hands to prove it.
The Hansen/Gobin party made the trek all the way from Florida to take another poke at fishing Darkwater Lake. Josh made his own lures especially for the trip. They found a few sure fire combinations and caught tons of fish. The weather was wild but anytime in the bush is special, even if you get chased off the lake by Mother Nature
Jeanette Lake had the Tylinski Party return for annual trip. These guys have learned this lake well and it shows. These smiles speak for themselves.
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