Monday was a mixed day weather wise. The forecast was for bad weather so we decided to stay close to the camp and not venture over to Boy Bay. First things first, however and that meant taking care of the young master before any thoughts to the rest of the day.
There were Ringed Bill Gulls everywhere, on the lake, on the beach, on the stair railing leading to the cabin. I never got tired of capturing their images. This is one of my favorites, but I have one that is much better than this one. I’ll show it another time.
The weather was cool, damp, and windy, which translated into rough water. We fished Stony Point in the morning. The water was pretty rough out in the main channel but where we were it was manageable.
Ben caught a 24 inch Walleye and it was a beautiful fish, but 4 inches under the size restriction, so back he went for another opportunity. I often wonder if fish have a memory. I mean once they’ve been hooked are they likely to be attracted to a minnow chasing a bright spinning object again?
The weather got too rough and uncomfortable to be in the boat so we went back to camp to hang out with Jeanne and Josh.
These hardy fishermen were just in front of our dock out about 350 yards. They were anchored and they stayed there for several hours. I couldn’t tell if they were catching anything but I would think they must have been to stay there that long.
Enjoy your day. Thanks for stopping by. Be careful.