The largest walleye was 7 pounds 7 ounces, but I also saw several in the five pound class. No monster pike landed this year, but as always, I see many in the 3 foot range. Bass fishing was good but I failed to see any fish in the 5 to 6 pound class. The kids had fun with the perch and sun fish that are always in ample supply. We saw good fishing from May till about mid June. August is always slow fishing due to water temp but the nicest time of the year to be on the water. The friendly ducks and loons that kept near by all season were enjoyed by all that spent time with us this year. I think most would agree it was a near perfect season that leaves all longing for the next. Thanks to everyone that comes and allows us to keep doing what we do. Hope to see you all next year
p.s - send pics and I will post them. Thanks to the Chura crew and alex for the pics. Alex took this pic from the top of Catamount looking down at our end of Union Fall. It was a pleasure Alex, hope to see you next year.