The season of summer has hopefully settled in. We had some weather in the mid 80’s last week and then some very cool weather for a few days and even a day of wind, rain, sleet and snow the next. Anything can happen in the North, the weather changes fast. We have since returned to warm temperatures and should have seen the end of frosty mornings. The fishing varied during the cold weather but remained solid, walleyes were practically on shore for a few days they were so shallow. Every group coming out now has a better fishing report than the last. Cobham Morley came out today and described their fishing experience as “A Slaughter”, they caught so many walleye.
Here are a few pictures we have received from our guests recently.
The Grindstaff party came all the way to us from North Carolina for their first Canadian Flyin Fishing Trip. They chose to go to Loree Lake. Most of these guys had never fished for walleye or flown in a flat plane. They were able to check off many items as firsts on this trip! They had the right gear and just had to go out there and do it. They started out slow but by the end of the week they were getting darn good at catching fish on Loree Lake. They loved the experience and are already looking forward to returning.
Cobham Daniel saw the return of the Collins family. They look forward to this trip, to hunt Big Pike! This year they saw the whole spectrum of weather. They have plenty of experience on this famed body of water and they caught lots of fish, even a few of those “pesky” walleye by mistake. The biggest pike for the trip was a 40 incher with countless fish from 35-39 inches.
Here are some pictures from the Surgo Party who made their first trip to the Cobham. They are mostly walleye fishermen and caught a ton of fish. Their hands are the proof! Biggest fish for the trip was a 26 inch walleye and a 39 inch pike. Of course they had a monster hooked too…. but he got away.
Here a the pictures from The Brown Party who were up during our opening week. Their every other year trip may be turning into an annual event…. they are hooked!