I realized I’d better get caught up so we can be ready for bear hunter shots! I have a few more trail cam photos, then we’ll finish up with Jerry and Mike’s photos from a few weeks ago.
We’re seeing more unique pics from the trail cams! I don’t think I’d ever seen a buzzard at one of our baits before:
I don’t recall ever seeing a bear “prairie dog” before:
I know I’ve not had an adult bear doing this before!
Here’s a lazy bear, followed by a peek-a-boo-bear:
This is a big male (you shouldn’t need to ask how I know it’s a male):
We see different types of fur on the bears. This one has a very pretty soft (as opposed to rough) coat:
We’ve seen more than our share of these this season (be careful next week, hunters):
If we get some more original photos this week, I’ll share them (promise)!
Jerry and Mike were here a few weeks ago. It was a week of tougher fishing–too bright, warm, nice. However, they did OK for first-timers on Wabaskang! Mike added a nice walleye to our Conservation Awards page. They rented both of our 40-hp upgrades,
armed themselves with maps,
and went fishing:
This is NOT what we mean by eaters;
I’m not sure if this qualifies as a fishing pic:
Gruper fixed ’em up in no time (he’s had practice this year):
They enjoyed the scenery. Check out this incredibly blue day:
I’ll close with a nice sunset from their camera:
Time to get my chores done so I can go picking with Debbie this afternoon!!!!