Wonderful group if guys out on our first charter of the season . We didn’t land any record size fish but we did get some great fresh fillers for their dinner.
Was going thru some pictures from last year’s sonar found some good pictures that resulted in some great catches.
These were some hard to get Rainbow trout in late October. Was out with Chris and Neil. Lake had 5-6 ft waves. We moved into the harbour to fish outta the wind and the cold. Shortly after we moved in the coastguard received a mayday and were dispatched having to fight those waves head on all the way to Grand Bend to rescue some folks in a canoe who got swept out onto the lake. Those brave crews never get enough credit for their devotion. Despite the weather we were rewarded with some nice fish!!
Winter is a good time for working on the boat. Dave’s most recent upgrade project is a new radar system. He tells me that it’s tied into his navigation system as well. Looking forward to seeing it in action next May! (posted by Wally)
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