Multi-Species fun and a Ton of Mosquitoes
Our trip to the Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness was a good one and the fishing was good. The mosquitoes were bad but manageable. We did not catch very many fish for keeping, mostly because the ones we caught were all too big to keep. It was great to have such a variety in our catch though, Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout and Whitefish. Looking forward to the next trip…
A nice 25″ walleye on a nice day camping in the Boundary Waters.
30″ Northern Pike. All of these fish are post-spawn and kind of thin.
Another beautiful 30″ Pike caught by my dad.
A healthy 27″ walleye.
A bonus 25″ whitefish which put up more of a fight than most of the other fish I caught on this trip.
21″ Walleye caught off the bottom in 45 feet of water.
My dad with quite possibly his personal best pike at 33″
23″ Walleye pulled of the rocks on a mid-lake reef.
Again, my dad with his personal best walleye, 30″ (post-spawn).
My dad with a bonus 24″ Lake Trout.
20″ Smallmouth Bass
Tom with a hefty walleye.
Tom with a hefty Northern Pike.
Trying to outrun the storm.