In the early '80s I stayed for a week at a resort on LoTW that offered cheaper prices than I found elsewhere. At the end of the week I found out why - the owner charged me a $170 for "insurance." I was leaving so he already knew I wasn't going to be an insurance problem.
Being young and dumb(er), I paid it in disgust and left. Now I'd ask him where that particular charge is listed in his literature and if he couldn't show me, I'd probably laugh at him and see what happens next. Wotta lowlife.
Nice resort, though. And good fishing. Too bad I'll never go back.
"ANGLE" is a sort of slang word for - the Nortwest Angle - which is that northernmost area, containing the most northern point in the U.S.A. except for Alaska. It gets 50 below and has the best walleye fishing in the world, not to mention the muskie, lake trout, sturgeon northern, bass, etc. In winter the ice often gets in excess of 6 feet. Persistant Pete
People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947