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The weather is still great and we have more new pictures to share this week as I get time. Fishing has been awesome and many exciting stories/memories await me at every lake! It feels good to be able to see so many people having the trips of their lives. It is not all about the fishing, definitely, but it sure helps to have caught the biggest fish of your life

Does this guy look like a hockey player to you? I have known him for a long time and we have traded a lot of hockey war stories over the years. Dick has a reputation as a bit of a wild man on the ice hmmmm, just like someone else I know. LOL The group that is in Cherrington right now are also from Colorado and knew quite well of and played against the bruiser from Vail. I would not want to fight him 🙂 It is a small world. He fished the Cobham last week and caught 60 walleyes in one afternoon in 4 feet of water on a fly rod! He said it was so much fun. Pictures to come this week.

Some finely dressed men on their way to Vee lake.

This is the reflection on the water from 4500 feet!

The fog rolled in under the bridge coming off of Red Lake just before a thunderstorm one night.

A Lady Slipper at Blackbirch.

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Most of our outposts changed over in the past few days and the fishing reports have been coming in as well. Most camps reporting slower then normal fishing early in the week and pretty good to great overall later in the week, a couple of lakes said the fishing was slow compared to normal for this time of year. We have more new pictures and stories to tell, I will get them up this week. There are some good ones!
The weather has turned to summer in the last couple of days and we had some fog around at 5 a.m. on Saturday. I landed to wait it out south of Blackbirch and it took 3 hours before it lifted but it was good after that and everyone got moved in and out safely, just a little late.

On Friday the team I was cheering for won the Cup, the Penguins! We were just leaving Cobham Daniel after working up north for the day as game 7 started. I was hoping for a good tail wind to take us home so I could watch!

I went fishing with Nick on Thursday and he was so certain that the Red Wings would win!! The underdog prevailed. Fishing Findlay lake for a week will help heal the wounds of a crushing home ice defeat in game seven of the Stanley Cup Final!!!!

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