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Friday's Pictures For May 19, 2006

Horseshoe Island - Woman Lake

Lee Woll getting is 17’ Crestliner ready to go out in the morning.

Blue Heron in Flight

A bird - Blue Heron? - captured in flight as we went out through the channel. (Somebody please help us out.) The Loons’ nests are nearby.

Bruce Landing an Early Morning Walleye

Bruce Boettcher bringing in a walleye this morning. A mighty fight, as you can tell.

Bruce Hand Measuring a Walleye

Bruce measuring Jerry’s 16 incher for legality. Actually, there’s a slot on Northern Pike on Woman Lake, but you can keep any size walleye you want. A lot of people, other than us, do just that.

Lee and Jack Off Clay Banks

Lee Woll (front) and Jack Sikora (back) on “The Clay Banks,” one of our favorite spots. Despite what it might look like, Jack did not fall asleep and overboard.

Pat Kelly Holding 19-inch Smallmouth

Pat Kelly and his very fat pregnant 19” Smallmouth Bass. We get one or two like this every year while fishing for Walleyes. Bass are out of season, and we most definitely don’t try to catch them, but it does happen.

Rick Zieman HOlding 30-inch Northern

Rick Zieman and his 30” Northern Pike from the morning. The biggest fish so far. Note that we refer to all the fish by inches and not pounds, a clear sign of catch and release.

Peter attempting to Eat Walleye.

Pat Kelly, a Walleye, and Peter Hunt. No comments needed.


Pat Kellys Boat at Dock

Pat’s boat safely in harbor in the evening after many hours on the lake today.

Jerry Preparing Tenderloin

Jerry in one of his classic poses in the kitchen. He made made beef tenderloin tonight, some 15 pounds for the eight of us.




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