This place is pretty old school, including no motorized boats. There is a very large lake near the cabin we stay in that has a good lake trout population. We knew they would be staging and in close enough for us to get after them with sinking lines and some home grown streamers. We were met head on with high winds and rain the first day. Against my father's advice, my brother and I decided to try to battle the whitecaps and head out in the row boat. A 100 yards out and sideways now, my arm is about to come off and I am grunting like Jenna. Near my end, I turn with the wind and end up crashing into someone's boathoase dock--luckily no one's home. We leave the boat and call the old man who greets us with a good 'told ya so.'
After an afternoon of day drinking, the winds die down and my brother and I return to our abandoned boat. We rip some streamers for a couple hours and manage to pull in 2 descent lakers by the days end.
The killa. Proud of this one.
The second day we headed out to a pond in the middle of absolutely nowhere, again fighting rain the whole way. A an absolutely beautiful place though that hardly gets touched and produces good numbers of brookies.
We had to row across one lake to get to the trail to then hike into our fishing lake. Leaving the boat, heading out on the trail.
I was able to get my old man into some fish which was pretty cool to be a part of (he's still pretty novice after all these years). Ended up landing a dozen or so between the three of us. My father dreams about eating trout out in the wild, so we kept a couple tasty critters for lunch.