Since the last post we determined that Burbot is one of the best eating fish around! With that thought in mind we decided to make a return trip back into Clearwater Lake to try and catch a few more. Unfortunately only a couple trout were co-operative. Some exploration also went on…
On our way back after fishing we made several discoveries on the ice. Here’s one…
Drama in real life. We came upon this fresh deer kill in the bay with the portage trail. Fresh wolf tracks, and drag marks…they must have heard us coming.
Well there you have it. Ice conditions continue to change. Do you have your guess in yet? Let me know your thoughts.
wow. ice out. April xx pm.
April xx 1pm
So did you fish Long Lake? That is right where Joe and I left the boat…leaky rivets and all.
Well, I did say it was for the adventurous!
Ice out will happen May xx on Big Eagle Lake
I love Burbot poor mans lobster
Time for a new adventure!
hi, how bout ice out on May xx…Paul
Ice out will be May xx. (edited for secrecy)
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