Week 2 at Tall Pines
Updated: Mar 20, 2020
This week the Wabby was a little finicky- there were many fish caught, but a couple days the weather was a little too calm (like the above picture) which made it a little more challenging than typical. Fortunately, most got into the pike and walleye especially. By mid week, the wind picked up and numbers increased. It’s been getting better each day. As the perfect storm is building, we think the Wabby is about to get insane here real quick.
Our weekly potluck was going to officially start in June, but the guests decided they still wanted to do something, so we did an appetizer night- it was a success (we may do this again occasionally), with Ryan making pike-cakes, and guests each bringing an app.
Loved the pics of some wildlife like this pair of bald eagles…
Sherry caught this wildlife and sunset combo:
Dave got a nice smallie and released a gorgeous walleye:
while Kevin was not to be outdone:
I like this new trophy tradition that Emma posed with Gramps for:
Ryan was impressed with Ruth’s top notch fishing knowledge:
No words on this one…
From week 1, the pictures came in:
Wow- (above) Jim reeled in this monster walleye!
And guests kept Earl busy filleting…
John netted these two bad boys:
Mike caught and released this beauty:
Paul boated this 26.75″ walleye:
Tony caught this 40.5″ Northern:
Karl’s face here is priceless:
And arguably the pic of the week is Dennis’ pike:
Terry (above) and Hunter (below) bringing in some keeper crappie
And I love the stringers so famous in Canada:
Steve sent some phenomenal pics of him and the young-ins:
And this video is also now on Facebook and Youtube:
the first minute is so calm…and then…
These reflection sunsets are Andrea’s favorite:
Finally, Paul captured this view that made the new cover of the Facebook page…
We can’t believe May is over already. Thank you to all our week 2 guests who were so fun for Ryan! Looking forward to June as the fishing continues to build, and we will be meeting many guests for the first time.
Summer is finally here, and what better way to celebrate than booking a trip to Tall Pines Camp. We still have room for you, so give us a call or shoot us an email so your pictures can someday be featured here. Tallpinescamp.com , email@example.com, and 888-413-3454.