As first timers we have never caught so many walleyes in our lives, this place is awesome.This place is as good as it gets.

- 2013 season

Bertha Lake

BERTHA LAKE

22 miles NE. Approximately 1.5 x 9 miles, KaBeeLo has the only cabin on lake.  The 3 bedroom cabin is designed to comfortably sleep 10 people.

Amenities include running hot and cold water, shower, wood burning stove, 12V & USB plugins, solar lights, propane cook top and refrigerator.  Lake is connected by river to Ruddy Lake.  Species - walleye and northern pike.


Guest Comments

2016 Season

September

Gene, Randy & Chris

MidSeptember

Arrived 9-7 – three friends Gene, Randy & Chris that go back 50 years (almost). This was a 1st time to KaBeeLo for Chris & Gene, 8th trip for Randy. The rookies out fished the veteran by 5:1 at least.

We were prevented from getting into “Big” Bertha for 2 of our 4 days. High winds as we came in from channel didn’t seem worth risking. We caught plenty of walleye across by rock outcropping just right of Ruddy river entry. Gene caught a 37 inch northern in the same area. Best walleye was over in big Bertha once we got in there.  Off to the east end around islands, the walleye were plentiful. Biggest was 26 inches.

First time for Randy on Bertha. I was really impressed with the size, structure and awesome beauty of this outpost. We saw eagles each day, especially as they waited to feast on our fish remains. We were also treated to some spectacular sunsets and rainbows.

All in all, a memorable trip that we will talk about the rest of our lives. Well, at least until out memories are shot. (getting close already).

Thanks to the entire KaBeeLo operation and especially the LOHN family. Over the years they have been nothing but the friendliest, most accommodating fly – in fish resort. I’m hopeful there will be more trips up to this very special place

Randy

August

Latina (Tom) | Loveland CO

LateAugust

What can I say? This is my “Golden” trip - #50! If there is a better run lodge north of the mason/Dixon line would someone please let me know!

KaBeeLo has always been my favorite get away – the owners (old and new) have been the best! !

As far as the lake goes – well just get on the water and drop something over the side of the boat with a hook on it and you’ll be pulling up dinner shortly! I caught many walleyes over 20” and that was 26” and the biggie was 28”!

Had a 40” northern that made me work my a** off and then another “horse” that I never saw as he kept running out and eventually broke my line of 8lb test with a spinner and minnow!

Best of luck to all that follow! Love the Lohns!

Stave/Hoschka Group

MidAugust

3 adults. 5 kids (2-14 yr., 1-12 yr., 1-11 yr., 1-10)

Lots of fish, stayed in main bay to south due to high winds. Approx. 450 fish total

38” Northern was highest, Many walleye between 14” – 16” Biggest walleye 23”

This was a trip that grandpa wanted to have all the grandkids together.

Fun times. Rain each day. Bad thunderstorm last night.

Thanks to KaBeeLo’s!

Greg

MidAugust

We were here and now we’re not.

We had a great time, thanks a lot.

Sure we paid, but we’d come for free.

Wake early, go to bed late, there’s much to see.

Greg

July

Faler/Dawson

LateJuly

Two Groups – from KC & Wilton, Iowa. We had a great fishing not as well as past, but did have 2-25” and 6-23” and 10 over 21”. Weather was good – one day of rain. We averaged 150-200 fish per day on all the normal spots.

The main lake produced the most fish – both sides & islands. We did real well in the northeast – lake (through the cut and go to the right.) We only fished deeper.

Barnes Party

EarlyJuly

Total Walleye – 1484 – Big walleye 25”- Mike Todd

Total Northern – 113 Big Northern 35”- Mike Todd

45 Walleye 20” or bigger

Fished underwater humps with jig & leech.  Have fished Bertha since 1988, still a great walleye lake.

June

JBWG

MidJune

Our 26th year with KaBeeLo. We have not been on Bertha since 2009.  Recovery from the two fires has been substantial.  The greenery in the NE Bay is beautiful. The old fishing spots still produce! 25.5 (2) + 37” Northern fish around the new resident, the beaver hut, and fish will come.

Most fish were in 10-15”, but with high winds, shallow worked as well. Did not fish cabin side much. Fish were smaller, 36” Northern was the best. Far end of lake produced walleye, 26”

Most of walleyes on jig + leech- Not much casting, except in narrows, where northern are always ready to hit! !

After 26 years, you can always count on excellent service from Harald + Ann. – passed down to Erik + Allysson –

Thanks for helping us make memories. We look forward to many more years at KaBeeLo-

Your friends

JBWG

2014 Season

September

Tasa Family - First time @ KaBeeLo

MidSeptember

9/12 - arrived around 3PM unpacked.  Went fishing until 7pm - 46 fish, enough for dinner.  Fished in southeast Bertha, weather was windy + cool.

9/13 - fished in big side of Bertha, weather was windy - cool - no rain and lots of fish.  140 total; largest Northern was 36", largest walleye was 26". Using fake bait, frozen minnows + lots of jigs.

9/14 - went to Ruddy to explore - not much there, was fun paddling thu rocks - no fish.  Hit fishing spot on main Bertha around noon.  Caught 91 fish total; largest walleye was 28", largest pike was 28".

9/15 - caught 25 fish in 50  minutes.

Best of times - kids beat the parents - looking forward to next trip for Tasa's!

Awesome fishing, doesn't get better than this!!! 

August

Kansas City Guys - Falco Group - 7 guys

EarlyAugust

Great trip - 4th year at Bertha have fished with KaBeeLo for 16 years - no surprises with Harald and Family.

Caught 8 fish over 25".  Largets walleye was 29"!!!!

Good Luck!

July

Skudlarek Party

LateJuly

This is our 4th year @ KaBeeLo and first year at Bertha, the last 3 years have been at Seagraves Lake.

Monday: Flown in early, started fishing @ 5:00 pm, caught one small Northern then went in due to weather.  Saw two bald eagles flying over the lake.

Tuesday: Had a superslow morning, only 2 fish from 8 am - noon....  After lunch went out and caught half a dozen decent walleyes + pikes.  Caught two 25" pike behind the cabin and two 16" walleye for dinner.

Wednesday: Went out and fished the pathway connecting this side of the lake with the far back west stretch of the lake, caught about 20 pike and only 3 walleye.  Biggest pike was about 27", smallest was 7" (really small).  walleye were all too small for good fillets.  One smaller pike swallowed the hook and was bleeding out so we left it on land farther out for the eagle.  Went back out after lunch, around 2pm, and basically explored the back side of the lake, no fish but really pretty green trees away from where the fire hit in 2011.   The waves weres crazy choppy in the open, went back by the cabin around 4:45pm to catch some fish.  Caught the lake 60% of the time, but we did eventually catch some decent sized pike.  NO WALLEYE.  The people before us must have caught and ate them all!!!

Thursday: Started off fishing by the cabin, then explored a little.  We found the walleye!!!!  They're all at Ruddy (connecting lake) caught a monster walleye at about 28" and saw KaBeeLo's uninhabited cabin.  Good way to end the trip - Ruddy is a better, less open and rocky lake to fish.  Eating walleye for lunch then packing and cleaning before maybe going out for a quick fish......

Another satisfying year here at KaBeeLo Lodge grin

Total:  44 fish, 11 walleye and 33 pike - not as impressive as those before us, but believe it or not this was a pretty good year for us!

The Missouri Boys

MidJuly

This was only our 2nd time fishing Bertha and being at KaBeeLo Lodge.  We are always so happy and excited the day we fly in and depressed the day we have to leave.  This is our heaven and we are thankful for the chances we have had to enjoy this amazing place.  Looking forward to many more visits.  Best of luck to everyone.....

Sun 7/20/14 - only fished about an hour after getting here due to poor weather.  Caught 16 walleyes w/ the biggest guy being 5 lbs and 24".

Mon 7/21/14 - 48 walleyes, 11 pike.  Really windy all day w/ sun.  Focused on 14 foot range and tried to hide from the wind w/ mixed results.  Tried fishing Ruddy a little.

Tues 7/22/14 - 100 walleye, 17 pike.  Fished deeper water, fought the wind caught more fish.

Wed 7/23/14 - 75 walleye, 25 pike.  Ran up to Ruddy to fish the first part of the day.  Took a nap in the afternoon and then caught fish until dark on Bertha.

Thurs 7/24/14 - 111 walleye, 16 pike.

Fri 7/25/14 - 164 walleye, 20 pike

Totals = 514 walleye, 89 pike

The Kansan Boys

MidJuly

Started out cold & rainy but still caught some fish but nothing to brag about.  3rd day the weather straightened out and fishing improved.  

Mosty fished jigging with 1/8-1/4 oz jigs + curly tails with a leech trailer.  Fish around submerged structure in 12-18 ft of water.  Trolling produced 3 nice (not great) pike (36"+) and one 27-28" walleye.  Also caught some similar size fish jigging.

Most importantly we decompressed, slept + had an awesome time drinking adult beverages (14 cases of beer) and watching the fire, moon + stars.  Unfortunately no northern lights this time.  Three old men + one young boy (23) but if all young men are like this guy we are going to have a good future.

No stress, no phone, no computer, no worries!

Have a great time & god bless you!  The Kansan Boys!

Last day - final entry: went to far west end of lake today & caught mostly pike but also caught 5 white fish with the biggest 23".

Barnes Party

EarlyJuly

Fished 5 days plus 3.5 hours.  

Total Walleye = 1368.  100 were over 20".  Largest measured 28".

Total Northern = 210.  Largest measured 36".

Fish deeper than usual - most 14' to 22' some out to 27'.  Almost all fish caught on a jig & leech.  Best colors - orange/orange & yellow/bubblegum.

Fished under water humps & ridges most big fish since we started coming to Bertha in 1988.

Barnes Party

EarlyJuly

Trip Totals: 1,368 walleye and 210 Northern:

  • 100 walleye fish over 20"
  • biggest walleye - 28"
  • biggest nothern - 36"

Fished areas:

  • flat rock, 122 walleyes and 4 northern.  Used chartreuse & white head with yellow pink body; variety of colours; methyolate with green chart. body; pink head with white eyes with yellow/orange grub
  • narrows, 209 walleye and 35 northerns.
  • double ridge & hidden lake, 235 walleye and 7 northern 
  • double ridge reef, little island reef & jug island, 277 walleye and 32 northern
  • red pine reefs 10'-14' lee side of reel, 195 walleye and 26 northern
  • Ruddy cove, 47 walleye and 8 northern
  • little island hump and repeat of above, 214 walleye and 20 northern

Hamblen Party

EarlyJuly

Arrived Tuesday AM, cold & constant light rain with much wind all day.  Enjoyed a great dinner of walleye, however nothing tastier!

Inspite of the weather, this was the BEST walleye experience out guys ever experienced & continued to be for the next 3 days we were here.

We used just the right number of minnows ~50dozen, for our average to full-time fisherman, & they were quite happily tired from all the work of catching so many fish!

Enjoyed walleye every dinner & for some lunches.  It's the BEST.

Thanks to the staff for such a great welcome and having the cabin so well stocked.  This was a GREAT experience!

June

3 Generations from Wisconsin

LateJune

Kabeelo Gang (Ann, Harald, Allysson & Erik + staff) -

Thanks again for the hospitality, accommodations, and tremendous fishing experience!  As always, we had a very memorable trip and it is enjoyable to see the next generation improving upon the already great experience!  I have mailed you a couple of pictures:

  1. The three generations of us at Bertha with some stringers of walleyes. 
  2. 9 yr old with a 22” Walleye

OVERALL:

  • 754 total fish
  • 102 walleye 20" or greater
  • Biggest walleye = 26"
  • Biggest Northern = 35.5"

Wishing you a healthy and prosperous rest of the summer.

P.S.   Erik – I can almost guarantee that our 9 year old's “What I did this summer” report will begin with flying a plane in Canada…..thanks for the experience!

Schleier Party | 5 anglers

EarlyJune

Total caught: 1,277 fish!

Largest walleye: 2 @ 25 inches

Largest "snake" Northern: 39 inches

Used Bottom bouncers & Leeches.  Jigs & worm tipped. 

Fished 9 am - 9:30 pm

May

Bickner Party - 6 anglers

LateMay

Great trip - here are the facts. 

  • 1,410 total fish
  • 1,191 Walleyes and 219 Northerns  
  • Largest Walleye 28.5", largest Northern 33.5", lots of walleyes 24-28" 
  • Fish in 4-9 feet of water, beginning to move deeper and into larger portions of lake
  • Used jigs tipped with live minnows exclusively - 225 dozen
  • We fished to after 10pm and did not start before 10am
  • In monday night rainstorm, 2 of us caught 84 fish in 90 minutes!!!!!

Will be in touch soon about 2015 dates for Bertha or Okanse.

2013 Season

August

MidAugust

Great weather middle of August did not keep the walleye count. Jigs, minnows and crawlers were the choice baits. The north shore and southeast islands in 15’ of water. Great time on Bertha once again.

MidAugust

August 18-20th as first timers we have never caught so many walleyes in our lives, this place is awesome. The depth was 20’-25’ for the walleye, some in the channel but most in NW corner of the lake. This place is as good as it gets.

EarlyAugust

Good fishing all along the north shore and north shore islands all the walleye in 14’ to 17’ of water.

July

MidJuly

“Hot” walleye’s around rocks. Next day thunderstorm’s. Good bite in the evening.

EarlyJuly

The five of us 1,362 walleye and 141 northern pike’s we did not want to catch. Have been fishing Bertha lake since 1988.

June

MidJune

The six of us a day late due to bad flying weather conditions for float planes. Trip weather was cold, warm, wind no wind and still caught 987 fish, but who is counting. 40 walleye over 24” and two 28“walleye and the largest northern 38.5”, all fish we tight to the bottom. Used jigs and minnows.

Next group in largest walleye 26”, 354 walleye, 85 northern, 5 perch, unlimited rocks and 1,000 jigs lost. Once again into the fray….

2012 Season

August

LateAugust

Father/Son: Day 1, tough fishing with high winds, white caps but caught fish, ate fish and did not find “hot water” [flame out in hot water tank]. Day 2 – perfect weather! Day 2 – hot water tank lit (nice to have a hot shower). Day 3 – repeat of day 1 except we had hot water. Day 4 – BEAUTIFUL! Light winds, blue skies, filled out on walleyes, cleaned up, packed up and ready for tomorrow pickup. Another great trip on Bertha.

MidAugust

Father/Son. Generally speaking, weather was variable with wind changing, high waves, overcast, rain, freezing temperatures (saw our breath!!). All in all, good trip – see you next year.

Dennis Horn

EarlyAugust

Fishing was very good! Caught most of our fish in 14 – 20’; total catch was 400+ walleye 100+ northerns. Lucky Larry was “the man” with walleyes 29”, 27.5” 25” and 24”. While lucky in fishing Larry had unexpected swim at the dock and didn’t quite make the outhouse in time. (Smile). 

July

Kevin and “The St. Joe Boys”

MidJuly

Also, John Logan left his thermos at the cabin. He said if it turned back up at the lodge, just ship it back to him and he’d take care of the shipping. Not a big deal either way.

Well back to work.
Take care and good luck with business the remainder of the season.

EarlyJuly

Father/son and good friend! 5 ½ days caught 966 walleye & 110 northern pike. Been on this lake since 1988 and this year we had very few small walleye. Lots and lots of walleye 18 – 19.5” – to many too keep track of.

June

MidJune

6 Guys/ Lessons of the lake: Fish whether raining or not; spend time together; don’t use the side entrance to the cabin; the outhouse – don’t look down & enjoy the breeze; live bait is great; a movie and tunes are welcome; understand the venture effect, especially for the wood stove & outhouse; get instructions on lighting the hot water tank. Overall, good trip. Fathers, sons, in-laws with lots of memories to share. Remember, whatever experiences you had you are now blessed with new memories – some to share and some to keep to yourself.

EarlyJune

6 Guys/4 days good fish; bellies full and fridge is full. Day 2 – we lost track of the count of numbers of fish we caught. Tons over 20”. We have used up 18 dozen minnows and 1.5 lbs of leeches. Yikes! Day 3 – fish everywhere. Lots over 20”. Caught approximately 75-100 in 4.5 hours. Day 4 – cloudy, windy, light rain. Catching fish with jigs & a twister. Pick anything in your tackle box it will work. Fish fry – hooray!

2011 Season

August

Dennis Horn

LateAugust

There was a concern about switching to another lake, but that all went out the window on the first day when we found fish plentiful. It just got better after that. The stay at the cabin was perfect and at times it felt like we were back at Bertha. Always comfortable at you cabins. Thanks for everything and tell the family hi from us. Take care of those little ones too. Until next time.

July

A group of 8 from outside of Kansas City, MO. Fished Bertha Lake in 2011.

EarlyJuly

Just wanted to drop a quick note and thank you and KaBeelo again for another awesome trip. Everyone in the group had a great time. Weather was perfect and fishing was too, as always. We spent the night in Faribault on Friday. Drove through some nasty storms ( 65 mph winds ) north of Minneapolis. Made it through them and ran into more bad storms in Faribault. We survived and made it home Sat. morning.
— Kevin and “The St. Joe Boys” 

2010 Season

September

Joe & Jim

LateSeptember

Day 1, Arrived 2pm – Set up had Beer. No moose First ½ day, more beer & scruffy Brats for dinner & more beer.

Day 2, We miss Dave – SE winds, motor not working too good, found some fairly evident moose sign, not coming to call YET!!! Beer is good.

Day 3, Wind north – Strong 25 hp broke down no spark, paddled for 2 ½ hours to get back to camp. No moose yet wind picked up in pm no moose.

Day 4, AM cold & calm called 1 Bull would not show his head 150 yards wind picked up in PM. No response Joe is getting cranky.

Day 5, Sunday was windy. So we went for a boat ride to west end of Bertha for the fun of it and saw a moose on shoreline called it in & Joe pulverized it five feet from shore Easy pickins. We were back at camp with Bull tagged & bagged by 7pm. Joe is Happy – Now it’s beer time. The end.

August

Johnson Group of 8

MidAugust

Friday Aug 20th Sunny & 80 Big Northern 29” 5 to 10 mph wind S Big Walleye 27 ½”

Sat Aug 21 Sunny 80 Big Walleye 25” 5 Mph wind West Big Northern 33”

Sunday Aug 22 Sunny 85 East Big Walleye 28” Big Northern 28”

Mon Aug 23 Sunny 80 Big Walleye 22 ½” South winds 15 to 20 Big Northern 28 ½”

Walleye around 800 for trip Northern around 100

19 cases of beer 1 liter of crown/ 1 liter crown Royal/ 1 liter of brandy 1 liter of capair/ 1 liter of Windsor

1st time to Bertha 20th trip to KL!!

Aug 31 – Sept 6, What an awesome 6 Days it has been! We had wind & rain & sun and more wind and rain & lots of sun but always wind! We really do not count but we definitely caught hundreds of walleyes and many northern. Biggest Walleyes was 28” caught by Carole! A lot of walleyes 24” – 27” best trip yet for numbers of big walleyes! We found 1 real good spot in the islands and stayed there most of the time out of the wind! God willing we will be back to Bertha Lake! Thank you Harald & Ann for making this great experience in God’s creation possible! God Bless Cliff & Carole

Owens Party of 2

EarlyAugust

Arrived Sunday afternoon. Fished for 2 hours. Couple of small ones. Major storm predicted, but never materialized. Hot, no wind. Made soup & got ready for Monday.

Aug 9, Monday – Up @ 6 out by 7:15. Caught several Northern, one perch & one walleye. Around 10:15 small Northern caught & when I went to remove it IT happened! The Northern did a wiggle jump and one of the terrible hooks went DEEP into my pinkey. Holy Hanna! Both of us forgot our Leatherman tools. We got the hook forced through the other side so the barb was out! Good Lord did that hurt!!!! I had to sit still while my dad used a hook File to file the entire hookend off. I’m a Military college grad & not wuss but wowzers was that not fun. Fot it out & went back out fishing after bandaging me up. 80’s of calm fish in 12+ Feet of water per the sonar. Walleyes sitting on the bottom. This trip can only get better!!!

Aug 10, Tough day, HOT & no breeze. Fish in 15+ water. Only 1 northern in the morning. Finger healing & doesn’t hurt too much. The afternoon was a bit better but I’ve really had to work have to catch fish. We called it a day after my reel broke & my dad’s line got caught in the prop. We went in, cleaned fish, ate , read a bit & went to bed at 4am is going to come early. This weather has got to break & so does our luck!

Aug 11, 4 am & chilly the wind had picked up & rain is coming!!! The morning was good, wet & slow but we got fish. This is our 2nd season on Bertha & last year we killed the fish & this year it seems to be the lake’s win…

The evening from started off slow & wet. We brought 2 decent northern in trolling and on our final pass BAM!!!! This thing was huge. I told me dad it was luring the boat & it was! I landed a 35” 20#+ Northern! What a way to end the day watching that big buy swim away after I released him.

Terre Haute, IN

EarlyAugust

Tim, Jackie, Scott, Terri. Cold Front Just Past

Aug 4, Windy can’t hold boat still Tim 1 – small Walleye 1 Pike Terri 1 – small Pike; Long Road Trip 21 hours; Bedtime

Aug 5, Windy overcast Tim 1 – Walleye couple Pike; Terri 24” Pike off dock; catching small perch @dock & in first cove; Terri 1 – 16” Walleye from dock; Terri Walleye from dock 18” Still Windy.

Aug 6, Best day fishing rat-L- Trap Walleye & Pike Best Pike 31”; Best Walleye 20” 3’ waves in main lake.

Aug 8, southerners figured out best approach run out of bait still have fish to cook & limit to go home hope to come back in future.

Terre Haute, IN

EarlyAugust

Tim, Jackie, Scott, Terri. Cold Front Just Past

Aug 4, Windy can’t hold boat still Tim 1 – small Walleye 1 Pike Terri 1 – small Pike; Long Road Trip 21 hours; Bedtime

Aug 5, Windy overcast Tim 1 – Walleye couple Pike; Terri 24” Pike off dock; catching small perch @dock & in first cove; Terri 1 – 16” Walleye from dock; Terri Walleye from dock 18” Still Windy.

Aug 6, Best day fishing rat-L- Trap Walleye & Pike Best Pike 31”; Best Walleye 20” 3’ waves in main lake.

Dale, Dennis, Rachel, Angie, Mallory and Dan (aka Dipstick)

EarlyAugust

Worked at it – but about 75 walleyes over 2 days- Biggest 21” 36 ½” Northern by Rachel – off the dock – assisted by Angie Great first time for the girls!!

July

EarlyJuly

July 6, Fished 2:30 to 7:30 – 38 Walleye, 12 Pike orange jig with chart. Body & leech 5’ to 6’ of water.

July 7, 1st full day fishing – 143 Walleye 12 Pike – depth 9’ to 16’. Best 10’ to 12’ chart jig with orange grub & leech. Windy sides of under water humps walleye sizes 26”, 23 ¼”, 21”, 21” Small rain shower at noon.

July 8, Windy – some rain – 118 Walleye 11 northern Pike, 8 walleye 20” or bigger. Biggest 21 ½” Fished hard all day on windy rock banks Best Depth 9’ to 10’. Chart jig with ruby colored grubs && leeches. Ran out of grubs & changed to Ruby jig & chart grub and worked as well. Also caught several on Berkley 3” powergrub (gulp) in neon orange no leech.

July 9, Fished 9am to 5pm – 71 Walleye – 13 northern no rain but very windy. Fished main lake hump in high winds. Had 3’ waves. Best color orange anything on jigs. Jig combos that worked – orange/pink orange/chart- orange/chart& yellow. Orange color was more like a sherbet. Biggest walleyes so far today 25,24,24,21,20 ½ Caught fish 12’ to 24’ Best depth 20’ to 18’ Going back out at 7:30 to try evening bite.

Back from evening fishing on under water hump by Ruddy cove. Same colors as today. 41 walleye 0 northern fished to 10:15pm. Caught fish from 7’to 14’ with 9’ to 10’ Best. 1-23” walleye total for day 112 walleye 13 northern windy to start but layed down as evening went on.

July10, Fish west end of main lake. 2/3 down. Same color on lures. Oranges seems to be main color. Sherbet or burnt orange very little wind to start with and went to 20 mph with 30 mph gusts. Got run off at 3pm by lighting. Went back out at about 7pm & got run off again. 86 walleye 3 northern 4 walleye 20& or better. Biggest 23” 8’ to 20’ deep with best depth 16’. So far 30 walleye over 20”.

Last two days got to feed the eagle. If you see an eagle in a tree watching you, kill a small walleye and throw out into water. Get camera ready because h will come with in 20’ of boat and pick right out of water. (Awesome)

July 11, More wind (white caps) fished humps main lake & hidden lake. Jigs & leeches still need orange on jig or grub. 104 walleye 7 northern (5 walleye over 20”).

Fed the eagle again today. Summation: 5 ½ days fishing Total walleye 601 – 20 or better 35 Total Northern 59 Biggest walleye 26” Biggest N- 28 ½” Good luck and good fishing

June

Bill, Kevin, Charlie

EarlyJune

8 guys 4 days, 5 nites Temps in High 60’s One afternoon/evening of Rain 1,421 Fish 1,252 Walleyes 169 Northern 14 Walleye 24” or above (2@27”) 6 Northern over 30” (Longest 37”)

Used Jigs w/Minnows or leaches First day fish in 8-10’ of water- By last day fish in 18’-20’ of water exception is the narrows and river to cromarte

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Terre Haute, IN


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