Yes, I am sick. Nothing to do with H1N1 or other exotic virus. I have that annual sickness that strikes on the third Sat in May. I have a bad case of “Walleye Fever”. This illness manifests itself like clockwork and leaves me in a state of duress until the remedy is applied. What makes it more severe for me ...read more.
Catch and Release
Why shouldn’t your kids have the opportunity for a trophy fish too?
We operate our business with the idea that the fishing quality should be improving under our stewardship rather than the opposite. We encourage all large fish be returned to the lake to breed and that only smaller tastier fish are kept to eat. No trophies for the wall. ...read more.
Ed Pierce returning from trip # 30
Ed Peirce made his first trip to visit us in 1987. Today he returned from Metionga Lake completing his 30th fishing adventure with us. Since Ed averages about 500 walleye caught and released per week (and yes he does keep count) that translates into about 15,000 walleye over the years. When ...read more.
Right in front of Karen’s folks place on Agimak Lake, this Heron captured a small walleye. No sign of what bait he used but rumor has it Berkley Gulp Alive works well for walleye.
I imagine he doesn’t practice catch and release....read more.
It is hard to believe it is already mid June. The Hansen party from Wisc. just spent a cold, wet week on Seseganaga Lake. They flew out today with tales of monster fish. Rather than me write a few thousand words describing their adventure, here is the proof:
This northern measured out at 48 and 1/2 and 3/4 ...read more.