Well as some of you VBL bloggers know there was some question if we were going to be able to get to those perch this year due to the low water levels from the dryer than normal winter/spring but GOOD news the trip was no problem at all and no beaver huts to go over.
Nice job, boys. That's some good fishin' right there!!
I look somewhat stunned and depressed in these pictures….some may say "whipped". I suppose perch will eventually turn even the toughest to drink………. At least Mark filleted the smaller ones for me.
Imagine how long it would take a "mere mortal" to go through that many perch.
This is a giant selection of perch!The t-shirt Gord's wearing looks fantastic!
Hey Charles you got me thinking maybe you need to come up with a grey colored T-shirt for the 2011 "PERCH MASACRE"?
look somewhat stunned and depressed in these pictures….some may say "whipped". I suppose perch will eventually turn even the toughest to drink………Hey it takes alot to whip the master with the fillet knife but hey at least we provided you with a beverage while cleaning…..You done good Gord
I grew up fishing perch on Lake Mendota and thought I was the prince of the perch. The perchmaster and Mark have this fishery mastered. To put this in perspective, the professor and I went out the following day and managed to come home with 38 nice perch. This is one impressive sink full of perch. Gord is complaining about "perch elbow".
Yea well Andy it don't take much for him to start complaining that is why we feed him beer..
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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.