Wow what a fun weekend. It sure is nice to have such greatfishing after last years feeasko. Blake and Barb went home a day early as they had all there fish 16 with the kids. I then put my free guys in florida Hookedoncass and Al and they also went home with there ;limit. Jake was up with his family and found 6 good fishing spots .He got possessed with one area and kept going back there. He ended up guideing 3 groups to that spot and payed for his trip up here. The 4 best fishermen I know not in any paticular order are.Wayne,The greek,jake and tyler from bear paw. Jake easly caught over a hundred fish being mobil. Heres a pic of there second morning scoutting a area .They got all these in less then a hour.
Here's a pic of blair and barbs families catch. Jonny and the wifes sister came up and they fished minnesota. They had there keepers in no time. Cade and his group were in montana and they also did well with fletcher catching one this big
The winds picked up yesterday and man was it blowing around.Ther are drifts 4 feet
The fishing has still been real good :yay:. Jake was here scouting out areas and figured he caught well over 150 fish.Jake aslo landed a couple of guide jobs and took three hard houses to a area he really liked. We had family in old minnesota friday and saturday with Jonny and Shell chick doing real well in old minnesota. Ben and Shawna are in old minnesota on a new spot and Ben landed a 41 inch pike on my rattle wheel in old minnesota :waytogo:. Jeff was in montana before I moved it and had 3 keepers when I sent him to california :chased:. Frank,josh and Sam spent the night in florida sunday and landed 3 keepers. The winds we had sunday were a force to be reckon with and created some huge drifts around the houses. Scott had to dig his genorator out of 3 feet of snow. Scott and wendy filled out as well as there friends that stayed in mnontana. Today I have to get florida moved and then we have a fulll house for 2 days. I still have two houses open this coming weekend the 6th and 7th .
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954