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May at Kettle Falls Lodge
Steve, Bill and Jim joined us in May at Kettle Falls for the first time! From the photos of the Hourihan group, they seem to be enjoying their fishing trip at Halley’s.
Also in May, Nancy and Jack did a great job fishing, registering all three species!
May at Dufault’s Outpost
We had a couple of different groups in Dufault’s this year and they all had great fishing. The Frazey group caught 6 northern pike over 40″! Here are a couple of photos as proof!
May at One Man Lake
In May at One Man Lake Lodge we captured a photo of Junior congratulating Gabe Steffens on his Trophy Waters certificate and hat. Gabe Steffens boated a 27.5″ walleye and two small mouth bass, at 18.5″ and 19″.
Look at how many years that the Trianglers have been coming to Halley’s Camps! Can you guess how many hats there are? One hat is for every year that the Trianglers have been with us.
May at the Outpost Company
In May, the water and air temperatures can make for some foggy mornings. Here’s the Otter waiting out the fog to bring in the first group of guests into Chase Lake.
And look at the proud grin on Dick Bottorf’s face, with his small mouth bass! Dick was part of the Sullivan group at Chase Lake.
No better way to end a great day of fishing with calm waters and a beautiful sunset…
May at Caribou Falls Landing
We had a good start to the year. The northern fishing really turned on as the water temp went from 38°F to 48°F. Caribou saw 19 northerns over 40″ with the largest being caught by Sherrie at 48″! That is the biggest one recorded here at Caribou in the last 15 years!
We love what we do and love where we live and some guests truly melted our hearts this year. This March we had lost a great fisherman and friend to cancer. Larry’s group with his son, grandson and friends still came up fishing this year. With a beautiful sunset backdrop, the group fulfilled one of Larry’s last wishes, which was to put most of his ashes up here at Halley’s. Larry is now in a beautiful scenic area in our north country. Chris and I are truly honored that guests love this place just as much as we do and words cannot express it.
We had another young fisherman, Corrine, that showed her love of Halley’s through photography. She turned in 3 photos she had taken last summer of her fishing trip and she won first place in 3 different divisions in her 4H club. Check out the pictures from Corrine and her beautiful, well-deserved ribbons that she gave Chris and Amber this May.
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