FALL 2017 TO SPRING 2018 PHOTO GALLERY
12/7/2017 - These two beauties above (beauties being a reference to the fish-not the anglers) were caught as they were seemingly trying to swim back up the culvert to their old home in the hatchery. They almost made it.
12/6/2017 - The fish at top of above picture was posing when his buddy below wanted to get in the frame too. Almost a double.
12-1-2017 - Above...Is it kids in the front of the boat?, elves?... Nope. Turned out to be a fisherman's best friends.
12-1-2017 - The creator of the above carving masterpiece no sooner finished the work than a fish rewarded him with a bite followed by a catch yesterday. Sometimes bitching does seem to get rewarded by the fish gods.
11/25/2017 - The sunset kept getting redder and redder (is redder a real word?).
11/25/2017 - Someone said Ben was smiling off camera.
11/22/2017 - No fishie for this contributing editor - but almost had a real nice birdie!
11/20/2017 - Net not necessary when the boot is available. And some dental work and catching fish brings back the smile.
11/15/2017 - It turns out northerns like to eat trout too. This one had brook and rainbow trout meals in his belly.
11/12/2017 - Not seeing many even when one is on the other end of the line.
11/8/2017 - It seems early to have ice forming in the North Shore rivers but it is occurring with the colder than normal temps.
11-2-2017 - Almost Had Him
10/31-2017 - Photos from 10/8, 10/28, and 10/30
10-26-2017 - It appears anglers aren't the only ones with too much time on their hands.
10/25/2017 - 3Ds - Dinosaur, Determination, and Duluth
10-23-2017 - The orange and gold spoon is a perennial favorite this time of the year with anglers and occasionally with fish.
10/14/2017 - Participants in a brief first light flurry which provided a few fish for a few happy fishermen.
10-11-2017 - Waders or boots are being worn more often this fall to take the splash and be able to avoid back casting into trees or scrubs that are closer to the water with the high lake level.
10-10-2017 - Bears and birds were fishing on this day.
10/8/2017 - Spoons have produced just a few Kamloops catches so far this fall. Things should improve as the lake gets closer to 50 °F.
9/22/2017 - The Pink Salmon run on the North Shore has been quite abundant so far this fall but little else is showing up as yet with the warm H2O