Hello

Meet Cam!  He’s from Dryden and joined us yesterday.  He seems like a good guy.  He just graduated from high school and plans to spend the rest of the summer at Tall Pines Camp.

Welcome aboard!

Welcome aboard!

The weather is awful this week!  It’s great for walleye fishing but horrible for all other purposes.  It is so cold today (high of 50 with wind) that I can’t get too excited about anything that involves walking out the door.  We’re supposed to get better later today and tomorrow.  I sure hope so.

Walleye fishing has been good at about 10-12 feet in the narrows between 2nd and 3rd Lakes.  One family was using yellow grubs for bait and caught some perch, walleye and northern!  Their kids ages 7, 5 and 2 all caught fish there.

Our buddy Eric from Kansas finally sent us some of his big fish photos.  You’ll find them posted on our website (www.tallpinescamp.com).  He also sent us some fun photos I thought I’d share here:

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This one is going to hang on a wall.

This one is going to hang on a wall.

 

Look at the mouth on that thing!

Look at the mouth on that thing!

Trevor took Dad to smallie fishin' school!

Trevor took Dad to smallie fishin' school!

Looks like he's taking some northern classes too!

Looks like he's taking some northern classes too!

Trevor and Michael found some rocks to climb in Aerobus Bay.

Trevor and Michael found some rocks to climb in Aerobus Bay.

Eric sneaked a shot of some loon eggs.

Eric sneaked a shot of some loon eggs.

Looks like 2 Justins = 1 Buoy.

Looks like 2 Justins = 1 Buoy.

Eric's walleye baconator sandwich:)

Eric's walleye baconator sandwich:)

3 Responses to “Hello”

  1. Mike Lammers Says:

    Hey wondered how big that giant northern was that is pictured. Was it caught on Wabaskang or a back woods lake? Thanks, Mike (Jim and Julies little brother.)
    PS…I enjoy reading your blogs…they help me get through the boring days here in Iowa.

    • tallpinescamp Says:

      Mike,
      We can’t believe how many giant northerns have been caught this year! What’s great is that most of them are back out there for someone else to catch.

      Glad you’re enjoying the blog. I need to get back into a regular routine of updates. I’ve got a ton of great nature photos from guests! Obviously you know that the photo opps never stop around here. Andrea

      • Mike Lammers Says:

        Andrea,
        Thanks for the reply. I agree the amount of large northerns on
        our trips this year has been phenomenal! We’ll be up again
        this week and hope to continue the success. Catch and release
        has truly helped things out! Do you remember how big that
        one in the pic thats getting mounted was? Mike

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