We had another full camp this past week. The first half of the week proved to be rainy, windy, and cold. I think I mentioned the big pressure drop we experienced. We did end the week on a sunny note, however. The last two days were absolutely gorgeous. Fishing was consistent. I think the biggest challenge in the first half of the week was finding something dry to wear out in the boat! No matter what, fish were caught, fish were eaten, and good times were had.
Check out these pictures from a few of the groups:
Phil with a 25″ walleye on Red Lake:
I even snuck out to test my rain gear and got a 23.5″ walleye on Red Lake:
Phil was extra proud of this 8.25″ rock bass:
Here is a healthy 35.5″ northern:
And he caught this 39″ northern off the dock!
Here is his dad, Don, with a 37.5″ northern on Red Lake:
Ethan landed this 26″ walleye on Red Lake:
And check out this fatty northern – 43″ long and 22″ around the middle:
Fattest fish Travis had ever landed!
Here is Mike with another 43″ northern on Red Lake:
And Phil with his 40″ northern:
Don and Phil Krohn are sticking around through this weekend to compete in the Red Lake Fall Classic Walleye Fishing Tournament. We will keep you posted on how they do!