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Fishing report August 12 - 18:

Fishing report August 12 - 18:

Isn't this a gorgeous picture of evening fishing? Photo is courtesy of guest Steve Trudeau.

Fishing report August 5 - 11:

Fishing report August 5 - 11:

Guide Rob Fathers was just showing his guests Davy & Nick Peterson how his lure worked...

Time on the water is what produces...

Time on the water is what produces...

There are many things in this world that money can buy: boats, cars, trips, tackle, the list could go on forever. But there has always been a few precious things that money can’t buy: love, happiness and I’m going to add one more thing to that short list... a trophy musky.

Fishing report July 29 - August 4:

Fishing report July 29 - August 4:

Read about the first muskies caught (ever!) by brothers Keenan & Carter Dammen...

Fishing report July 22 - 28:

Fishing report July 22 - 28:

Pictured is our junior guide / dock hand Phoenix Fathers with the 46 ½ inch muskie he caught last week.

Fishing report July 15 - 21:

Fishing report July 15 - 21:

We now have 2 guests tied for the biggest muskies of the year; Jordan Knutson (see last weeks' blog) and this one caught by Zach Klimes. Both of these muskies are 50 inches.

Fishing report July 8 - 14:

Fishing report July 8 - 14:

Pictured is the biggest muskie caught so far this year. Here is Jordan Knutson (and guide Bill Luney) with Jordan's 50 incher caught last week!

Keep your mind open about what you fish for!

Keep your mind open about what you fish for!

Something really small that I have come to love about guiding is when we are heading out from the docks and I ask my guests "what do you want to fish for today?"

Fishing report July 1 - 7:

Fishing report July 1 - 7:

Pictured is Duck Bay guide Kerry Taylor with a 48 inch muskie, his personal biggest to date; the happy smile says it all.

Fishing report June 24 - 30:

Fishing report June 24 - 30:

Biggest muskie of the season (so far) was caught by Bernie Janeczko - 49 inches! Shown with guide Bill Luney.