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This is the biggest walleye of the season to date. Pictured is Dick Muller (and guide Sam) with Dick's 29 ½ inch walleye.
Pictured is Wayne Koch (Mequon, WI) with his 41 inch northern pike, the largest caught so far this year.
A nice catch by Debbie Maye (with husband Mark) of Debbie's 24 ½ inch walleye caught last week. Read on to see what else is being caught...
Here is what is being caught this week...
We arrived at Duck Bay Lodge on Wednesday May 10th. The weather has been absolutely wonderful as we clean and prepare the camp for the arrival of the first guests next Thursday.
A few more days until we move to the lake! It may not look like it, but all this stuff piled in the garage is sort of organized.
Since we've had an early ice-out this year, the walleye opener, should be prime time!
The ice went out on the south end of Lake of the Woods last weekend. This is a couple of weeks earlier than usual.
It is looking like an early ice-out this year!
When most people think about fly fishing, they envision fishing in small streams and rivers, frantically whipping a rod back and forth all in the hopes of catching a few small trout. However this is very quickly changing. The popularity of fly fishing is rising, not only for trout, but many other species including northern pike.