Here we are, almost finished with week 1. The weather has been downright hot! I, of course, love it; others do not. Temps have been as high as 80 but are probably averaging 75 for the week. Lots of sunburns around Camp!
I talked to two guys who’ve been fishing partners all week. In the first two days they’d caught 125 walleye…and that’s with Ken napping quite a bit. Other reports have been very similar. We’ve seen some perch in the freezer as well as northern. My Steve caught a big smallmouth just messing around this morning (yes, he released it). Early in the week the fish were as predictable as any opening week; however, they had already begun moving a bit deeper than usual due to the bright sun and warm water. Steve reported 61 degrees in fairly shallow water yesterday. Overall, incoming guests should expect to fish a bit deeper than typical for this time of year.
With all this sunshine, Steve’s been busy getting more boats ready:
And I’ve been busy beautifying:
Critters are busy in the Lake:
I think Eldon was fishing. He sat there a long time.
Yes, Folks, the pets are back...we've seen as many as three.
These two moose swam across the Lake this morning:)
Critters have been busy in the house:
playing with her nut
taking a breather after all that activity
Sandra brought me a cool wine glass koozie, called a Woozie:
She and I went moose stomping (Sorry, Rachel) yesterday. Sandra was wounded (knee injury). We took some great photos, though, and I’ll pull them from her camera before they leave. Teaser: toads, poop, and moose!
We have had incredible sunsets all week! Here’s a very colorful one:
Until next time! I should have some fish photos after Friday. A