The days and weeks continue to fly by for us here at Amik Outposts. Our guests on the other hand are spending time in the bush listening to nothing but silence, the wind in the trees and the sound of nature. The weather continues to be pleasant, getting a little warm for my liking but it sure is great to be able to get going when the sun does each day, besides the odd delay here and there due to ground fog. All of our fishermen continue to come back from their vacation with big smiles and sore hands from catching so many fish. The warm weather has started to drive the fish a little deeper on some lakes but others, the walleyes remain in 6-8 feet. The fish are where you find them…. usually in the lake 🙂
The Delaney party have been going to Blackbirch Lake for many years, as many of their friends have from Huntington Indiana. The next generation has begun to make this trip a part of their lives also. Countless fond memories, a special place to forget and remember at the same time.
The Conrad family made the journey to our place for a stint at Dark Water Lake. They had amazing fishing! The highlight was a 2 hour period where they caught well over 200 fish. Everyone having fun, everyone catching fish after fish. Here are some pictures from their trip.
Dan had the Pike of the trip pictured here. Looks like he made it to the big time. 😉
Justin J. and his group of friends made the trip to the Cobham. This was Justin’s second trip to the Cobham in as many years and they seem to have fallen for this lake. A great bunch of young guys who love their time away from the busy streets of life. No cell service, no Internet, NOBODY can get in touch with you. Your biggest worry? Where are you going to fish next?
Peter and Amanda took their boys to Jeanette lake for their first ever flyin. They learned each day where the fish were and had some down time on an island they called Hammock Island. They also saw a bear in camp, and had a vicious thunderstorm that blew down most of the trees around the cabin. Then the sky’s cleared and the fish turned on. They had a great trip and we hope to see them back in the future.