Greetings from Lake Wabatongushi! Wow, we’re headed into the last week of July and I can’t help but wonder where has the time gone? I am greeting August with open arms. Here’s to August. I hope you are just as great as July was.
As you may have already guessed I am here today to tell you about the catches, and releases from the past two weeks here on Lake Wabatong.
Today I am going to start with our youngest angler. Tony Smetana is 8 years old and has been coming to Wilderness Islands since he was just a baby. He is quite the fisherman too. Tony caught, and released a 33.5 inch pike! What a great catch, Tony! Tony’s mom, Terri, caught and released a 30 inch pike during here stay here at the resort. Great job, Terri! George, Tony’s dad also caught and released a 31 in pike. Way to go Smetana family!
We have a new 2nd largest pike caught this year. I would like to send out a very special congratulations to Mrs. Renee Gall. On July 23rd Renee caught and released a 35 inch pike! Way to go, Renee!
Walleye seemed to slow down a bit last week and pike dominated the waters. This week walleye are picking up and pike are just as hungry. Heres to a whole new week of fishing. I cannot wait to see what this week brings.
Here’s a great loon photo taken by Renee Gall that I would like to share with you all.
“Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught.” ~Author Unknown
From Errington’s Wilderness Island www.WildernessIsland.com