STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Fishing lake trout on the 'Canadian Riviera'
Two friends and frequent fishing partners Jason Laumb of Grand Forks and Bob Glassmann of Roseau, Minn. joined me Sunday for a trip to the Canadian Riviera: Clearwater Bay on Lake of the Woods.
L... Posted on 8/12/13 at 11:15 AM
There’s something about fresh walleye that tastes better when it’s surrounded by a lake. No wonder, then, that the traditional shore lunch — fried fish, spuds and onions and beans — is one of the most popular parts of a guided fishing trip for many anglers.
A more persistent breeze would have been welcome — that’s not something you say every day on Lake of the Woods — and we could have used a few more clouds to provide relief from the relentless sun. But those are minor quibbles when the prospect of a day on the big lake unfolds on a watery horizon that extends like a giant mirror in every direction.
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