My Dad started taking me (and our family) to fish at Leech Lake Minnesota back in 1955. We went up every year for many years.
Jeanne and I started going up and taking our kids. We just spent a wonderful week at a magnificent resort called Trapper’s Landing.
The customer service and accommodations were amazing. We didn’t have a lot of luck fishing but bonfires every evening and games with the family made up for the lack of fish.
I didn’t take my DSLR out in the boat this year, so these images were shot with the Nikon Cool Pix P1000. It’s a neat camera that shoots in RAW and has a focal length of 3000mm. Very unstable at that focal length and requires a tripod.
These were shot from the fishing boat on a fairly rough day so I had trouble just keeping the image I wanted to make in the view finder.
I love Leech Lake and hope I can keep going back for many more years.
Enjoy your day and be careful.