What’s happened since June 17?

Editors note:  I started this post back in June.  A lot of great fishing has gone on since then and it’s been a busy season.  Hopefully I will have enough material to keep the blog interesting over the winter!  Still a month to go with many fish yet to be caught and released.  Stay tuned!

Other than “Neil” hacking into the site and posting his whimsical ramblings things have been quiet on the Electric Beaver.  It appears my good intentions were sidetracked……but better late than never.

The most noteworthy was the Perkis group who musky fished the week of June 17.  I won’t give away their technique to the competition but a total of 14 muskies were boated.  Here’s a breakdown……..

Julia Behrens:  47″, 39 1/2″, 45″, 41″, 50 1/2

Bill Perkis:  32 1/2″, 38″

Katie Perkis:  41 1/2″, 43 1/2″, 38″, 31″

Ed Perkis:  41 1/2″, 47 1/2″

Dan Perkis:  47″


Fired up to catch a musky?  There are still a couple openings for Musky Madness Week…September 23 – 30, 2017.  Give Gord a call if you feel the urge!  1-888-301-8229

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What sets this lodge apart from most others is it is always clean, well kept with lots to do including paddle boats canoes, bon fires in the evenings and a just plain friendly atmosphere.

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