Updated: Mar 19, 2020
Well we are officially wrapped up for fishermen this season at the Tall Pines. A few hunters will remain as the days up here are dwindling. With water temps in the 50’s and outdoor temps about the same, we are bundling up more than ever now. If one can bear the weather though, the sights are pretty outstanding. On a clear Friday night with a new moon phase, Van Gogh would have had a field day with such a starry night. Glimpses of the Northern Lights appeared too, making it one of Ryan’s favorite nights to be in Canada. There’s also more wildlife signs- an eagle reclaiming its territory on our tallest pine, lynx tracks on the driveway, and a mink down by the docks. The fall foliage is absolutely beautiful this time of year down the Highway 105.
This past week the walleye were sure to be had, but they took patience. After getting some babies, and adjusting depth and techniques, fishermen got into some good sized ones. There’s still been two bites going on- the deeper bite as well as some shallow spots. Ryan is still catching nice ones between 12-15′.
Here, Bob caught and released a gorgeous walleye:
And check out Kevin’s beauty he reeled in:
New guest Eric and his fishing buddy Barney were up for the challenge of taking on the Wabby and caught some nice sized walleye as well as smallies:
Another Tall Pines newbie, Ed, didn’t hold back in nailing some quality walleye:
This might be the biggest smallie caught this season at just under 20″:
Fly Fishing success:
and a grouse or two…
On a sunny afternoon, Ryan got out for a quick shorelunch:
On a colder day, he caught and released this 19.5″ one:
Fall at its best:
Now that we can say we survived our rookie year as new owners, I’m deciding to share a few happy moments from earlier this summer:
And cheers to the two guys who made it all happen:
This week’s sunset pic was sent in by Eric Peele and took advantage of the panoramic scene:
As we are in transition, new deposits can once again be sent to our fall/winter address which is P.O. Box 1028 New Lenox, IL 60451. The direct camp line number will work for a couple more weeks, but feel free to reach us at email@example.com or 888-413-3454 now and all winter long. I’ll continue the blog, though not weekly anymore. Please send any pics you may still have that you want to share, and thanks as always for supporting Tall Pines!
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