Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Pike Wars

Who can land the largest Northern Pike? That seemed to be the contest in Pat Mulligan's group several weeks ago. Sean Mulligan from Union Grove, Wisconsin, made his first trip up to Agimac River Outfitters and had a good bit of excitement. He landed a 41 inch, 18.5 pound Northern Pike on Indian Lake. (First picture)

Not wanting to be outdone, another fellow in his group, Mike Galster, from Kenosha, Wisconsin joined in the fun and brought in a 43 inch, 22.5 pound Pike, also on Indian Lake. (Second picture)
They got lots of Walleye as well, but the trophy Pike stole the show this year.
Nice going guys.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Father's Day Celebration

On Monday June 13th, we received the most wonderful gift. Our son Jonathan and his wife had their first baby and our first grandchild. It is a day I have long waited for with great anticipation. For years I have heard grandparents tell me how terrific it was to be a grandparent. You get to enjoy those precious lives and then you get to give them back to the parents to take care of them.

Jonathan and Reseth now live in Pensacola, Florida where he is stationed as an Air Force officer to get training as a navigator for whatever aircraft he will be assigned in the future.

He had been out to Colorado most recently for training in a small aircraft for one month and hoped to return to his lovely wife before the baby came. It all worked out quite well and they have entered a new season of their lives as parents and seem to be thoroughly enjoying it. Reseth is a fabulous photographer, so we know there will be no shortage of photos of this new child. These are some of her shots on Father's Day.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Lake Trout Lunker

A trophy Lake Trout was caught by a newcomer to Agimac River Outfitters, Bob Wille, from Green Bay, Wisconsin. He brought quite an entourage with him, including lots of wonderful family members and friends. The Lake Trout was caught right here on Indian Lake. In fact, there have been quite a few good sized Trout brought in this year from Indian.

So far this spring, we are hearing that folks are easily catching larger walleye and having a harder time getting the smaller ones on Indian. But our fish remains barrels in the fish cleaning house are quite full most the time, so everyone is filling out their limits without any difficulty and having a great time. It looks like the weather will be warming up here this week as well. So, pack your bags and head on up here for some good fun and fishing.