The days are getting shorter and it has finally cooled off a little bit. I think I saw some Birch trees with leaves on it that were already starting to fade, but that could be just from it being so dry most of the summer. We haven’t had much rain in the north where the water levels are low. Further south we had a few more rains which translates into normal water levels for this time of year.
Fishing has been consistent, our guests have been happy. Lots of fish and plenty of big ones to go around. Walleyes have been caught up to 29 inches recently with most groups catching multiples in the 24-26 inch range. Big pike were slower during the hot weather we had with most fishermen catching a number of pike in the 38-40 inch range. Since it cooled off recently, the bigger ones are coming back to life with more of our guests reporting some 42-43 inch pike. The largest caught so far has come from Cobham Morley. 48 inches!!!
Here are some more pictures from our guests who have been up recently.
The McGill party looks forward to their trip to Loree Lake every second year. They always enjoy the peace and quiet and the time away from Cell service and the Internet. A trip to the bush is the best reset a person could ask for…..
The Master Angler!!!!
The Clark party always fish the same lake, at the same time, every year. The stakes are high and bragging rights for an entire year are at stake. This year it was decided on the last night. When James caught the last fish he needed to take home the Heavyweight belt in 2019. Here are some of the pictures that they shared with us of their excursion to the Cobham.
Daryl B. took this great rainbow picture on Vee Lake after a good rain. Golden walleyes at both ends of that rainbow I bet.
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