The fish are still in less than 15 feet of water, 6-8 a lot of the time.  Fishing continues to impress people.  Countless walleye up to the 25 inch mark with a few each week stretching up to 29 inches! Trophy Pike (40 plus) are coming back to life after a bit of a vacation, there was a number over 40 inches last week.

The weather has been a mixture of nice sunny days from Monday to Thursday and rainy and windy on the weekends when we are the busiest.  Up to now we have not had to leave anyone an extra night in the bush.  Last weekend we had bad enough weather that we had to do that.  Sometimes that happens…. The John K. and the boys at Findlay Lake, first time flyin, first overnight weather delay.  Unbelievable fishing though.  They got it out of the way early in their flyin careers.  They will be back.

Here are some pictures from some of the camps recently.

The Pyle family fished Vee Lake.  They had a great trip and can’t wait for the next one.

 

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More than a fishing trip.

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The last time Chad Phelps was at Amik Outposts was in the early 90’s.  I was a private pilot flying in to meet the guests at the camp with my mom.  A lot of years have passed but he would not think of fishing with anyone else.  Shearstone lake was their destination, good times and plenty of fish.  It will not be too long before they will be back!

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July on Loree Lake is Peters time!  Jim, Betty and their family and friends love their time here.  They have shorelunch everyday and give an unreal amount of fish a sore mouth!  They had a few first timers with them this year, it is awesome to see people after they have experienced the best fishing of their life!

 

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