Before we try and piece together the summer of ’22 let’s back up slightly. I sent out a call for May / June photos and here’s what I received….
Water levels eventually receded back to a more normal level and all was well in the fishing department….
I will admit that I’m not an expert on where or how to catch bass in the summer months. Sure, in the spring fish the areas where they spawn. Shallow, warm back bays with rock rubble and reeds / weeds. What about later on? July, August? A few anglers ask every year and I have to admit my lack of knowledge. Well this year it was pointed out to me that casting to shorelines that have the rock rubble that bass love is the ticket. Here’s some photographic evidence to prove this point… After 30 years I’m finally clueing in.
My attempt at covering the entire summer in one blog post. I’m sure I’m missing something. Once again, if I’ve left out something you feel needs to be here just email me the picture and I will include it in the next blog update…Fall 2022.
It was a great summer and I’ll be looking forward to the next one. If you haven’t thought about booking your trip yet don’t wait too much longer. With our limited schedule going forward there aren’t alot of spots left.
Adios, and stay tuned to the fall installment for 2022.
Good looking fish and crazy high water. 🎣 🇨🇦
Probably never see it that high again, I hope.
C’mon Gord…I caught a couple larger Muskies I gave you pics of on our week with you. Lol.
Send me a couple Nick…..I’ll include them in the next blog. I know you gave me a bunch….that’s the only one I could find.
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Thank you very much for making my get a way week so enjoyable. Dan and I had a great time. You and Susanne should be commended on how clean and well maintained your cabins and lodge are. I will recommend you to anyone that is looking to go to Canada fishing and I look forward to the time I can come back.