Saturday, July 15, 2017

3 week recap

Sorry for the delay folks...but when the weather, fishing and guests are awesome, I do not set aside enough time to blog. Today starts our first official week off since we took over the camp 12 years ago. So the first project that I am checking off our to-do list is to update the Blog.

Over the past 3 weeks we have had many groups stay with us and I can honestly say that my family and I enjoyed our time with all of them! More enjoyable conversations, shore lunches, laughs and fish stories than I could ever have time to write about. Lets just say that the past 3 weeks at camp have been quite memorable and my family and I appreciate  everyone who came to visit!

As for the fishing...overall it was a little slower due to the warmer weather and the Mayfly hatch (that came in July). This is in comparison to the fantastic first half of the year, so a little slower still means there was still plenty of good fish caught and, at times, some really good numbers. Many guests were able to reel in some personal bests and there was no shortage of 14-18 inch walleyes for shore lunches. Even I was able to get out do some fishing with Jillian and the to keep up on my Cheezer supply you know (also walleye pickle poppers and south of the border crispys).

In no particular order, here are some pics from the past few weeks... (as always, feel free to send me any others you feel Blog worthy).

Jen Anderson with her best ever pike and our new leader for the year.
47 inches!!
And notice what is in the back ground...yep, another big pike caught  right in our bay.

Biscuits and gravy was a nice treat for breakfast.
Thank you to the Grays Lake crew!

A big thanks to our first Kentuck group.
They are from our 'new' home town near Louisville. 

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