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Canada 2014

From sunshine and above average temps to snowing and well below average temps it was another great trip to Jan Lake. We had several 100+ fish days with terrific shore lunches each day. We fished for 8 days and as usual it felt more like two. Time flies when you’re having fun!

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Glendo

Glendo is becoming quite the metropolis these days.  With the local weekenders, greenies and a tournament nearly every weekend; the census could rival that of the booming Gilette right now.  And in this neighborhood of such high dollor real estate we are but the lower middle class.  However, It doesn’t take a $60,000 boat to land the big ones, it does not take a 225hp motor to find the honey holes, and it does not take a tackle box as big as a cooler to entice a bite.  It merely takes the desire to spend time in these great outdoors and the patience to learn about the species you are after!

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Seminoe

This trip actually started out at Pathfinder on Saturday morning.  We arrived, as usual, very early and instead of hitting the water we hit the mussel patrol.  When we topped the hill at the reservoir we realized it was quite windy.  But, since we had driven this far we decided to give it a go.  The waves were 3 and 4 foot and very hard to maneuver.  After a couple of hours of getting beat up by the wind, we had only put 2 fish in the boat (we couldn’t get to our hot spot) and decided to throw in the towel.

From Pathfinder we turned south-west and drove to Rawlins to re-fuel before hitting Seminoe.  We planned on pre-fishing the lake before Erik’s Uncle Butch and friend LC showed up Sunday morning.  The wind was not as bad, but still a nuisance.  We spent some time fishing some areas we had caught fish in several years ago, but only boated 2 walleye- we were looking for trout 🙂  An older fellow told us to go way up in the Platte arm and we decided to do just that, but to wait until morning when the guys were with us.  After picking Butch and LC up in Sinclair we made our way up the Platte arm and started trolling along rock cliffs.  Within moments LC had a fish on.  Unfortunately it came off before we netted it.  The rest of the morning we had several fish hit, several more on and ended up putting 4 in the cooler.  We were a little disappointed that we couldn’t show Butch and LC better fishing, but they had a good time and got to take home some fresh trout and that is what really matters!!

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Pathfinder with Max

Our bestestest friends have the most incredible little boy you will ever meet.  Maximus. He is 4 years old and can name every animal that inhabits or once inhabited this planet.  This kid LOVES the outdoors and will be a great conservationist as an adult.  Most importantly, Max has a great passion for his family!

We are very excited that Max is finally old enough to be involved in our outdoor adventures.  Not just watching, but taking part in all aspects of the trip.

We left Casper just after light this morning in hopes of catching enough trout for our friends Sherry and John to can for the tastiest treat you have ever tried.  Max and Michelle sat in the back and talked about trout, alligator gar, grouper, volcanoes and quite a few other things in which Max is an expert.  We trolled Pathfinder for several hours and had an amazing day boating more than a dozen fish.  Max did a great job reeling fish in, netting, placing fish in the cooler and telling many, many, many stories.  Watch max catch fish here!!

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Glendo

walleyeJust enough time to recoup at home and we are off again.  We picked up Chad and left for Glendo around 3:15pm.  We were fishing our spot in Muddy by 5.  The bite was slow and it was HOT(92º).  After only a few minutes the wind came up quite strong, so we decided to anchor to stay on our spot.  Michelle started fishing a smaller rod under the boat for perch and did well.  Moving to another spot didn’t prove to be any better fishing.  But we persisted in the heavy winds and it paid off.  By 8:15pm the fish really turned on!  We picked up 13 fish within about a 45 minute period before it got dark and we packed it in for the night.  Our walleye ranged from 16-20” and the perch were 10 and 11 inches.

We were back on the water by 5:15am and back at the sunken island.  Only needing 7 more fish, the morning was short.  Erik started us off with 3 fish in a row, two being walleye.  Michelle put one in the cooler and Chad put two in and one back.  At 6 Erik and Chad had a double putting us at our limit.  We fished for another while until a Colorado boat with two dogs pulled up 20 yards away from us and right into our casting hole.  Since we were limited out we took off for home.

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Canada 09 day 2

Cereal and coffee the breakfast of champion fishers.  We were on the same spot as last night (along with many other boats- I thought this was the middle of nowhere) by 8am and started hammering the walleye!  We steadily caught fish all morning.  I don’t know how many doubles and triples we had on. Erik and Gordon with doublesGordon even tied Erik’s all time record of 7 in a row this morning.  By 11:30 our arms were tired and we were ready for our first shore lunch of the trip.  MMMMMM fried walleye only seconds old, beans, chips and cantaloupe.  We ate like royalty- we always do.  After lunch the fishing was just as fantastic. mom and walleyeWe had on 2 quadruples by the end of our fishing day.  The wind got increasingly strong, so we decided to call it a day around 3:30.

I am sure we boated well over 100 fish today, even a couple nice Northerns.

30" northern

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Canada 09 day 1

boat from campWe broke our fast at Smitty’s before hitting the final trail to Jan Lake. Arriving around 1pm was perfect. Our room was ready at Jan Lake lodge and we were able to unload the boat and unpack the truck. Since the day was so young we decided to go out fishing for a couple hours. We started in the back of Harper’s Island and pitched jigs. There were some fish, but not many so we decided to move to the other side of the island. dad with walleyeThis proved to be much better fishing! We easily caught and threw back all 4 limits. There are definitely several age classes of fish in this part of Jan. We caught walleye ranging from 10” to 20” today.  We called it an early evening and went back to the cabin for steaks and noodles. Great first day!

19" walleye

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Glendo (one more time again)

walleyeAfter contemplating going back to Glendo on Friday night the 5th, we decided the weather wasn’t nice enough and beside we will be in Canada fishing walleye in just a few days.  But, we just couldn’t stand it.  There are fish biting, it’s better than it has been in years- why waste a day at home when we could be slaying walleye??  So, we decided to go Saturday morning for just a few hours.walleye
We picked up our friend Chad at 4:30am and were putting in at Bennett Hill by 5:45 and were fishing our spot within a few minutes.  WHAT A MORNING!  We put 6 fish in the boat within the first 30 minutes.  We continued to have steady fish until 8.  They really seemed to shut down, but we still were catching one here and there and we boated 5 perch as well.
By 9:30 we had 3 limits and were heading back home.

nice catch!

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Glendo

img_0547-2_scaledGlendo is only 75 miles from home.  What an easy trip!  We put the boat in at Elkhorn around 6:15pm and started the search for Walleye.  We fished until 9:00 landing 11 and missing or loosing several others.  It was a gorgeous night, dead calm and clear.  We could see several clouds open up over Laramie Peak throughout the night.perch
We camped at the ramp so we could get an early start Saturday morning.
We put in about 5:30am, before the crowds.  We went straight back to the same spot we caught fish Friday night.   The day was calm until almost 10:00 then got pretty breezy to where we needed to throw the anchor.  A tournament was on, but we weren’t bothered by any other fishermen in this spot-I guess this isn’t where the big boys are.  We kept our limit of 12 walleye and caught two nice perch as well and left the lake just before noon.  Great day at the lake!!walleye

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