Posted by: Arvid | June 18, 2016

Sunset on Red Lake

The weather forecast was for storms throughout the weekend so Jeff and I thought that an evening of fishing before that happens was in order. For something different, we decided to go to Red Lake. The wind was off shore and breezy to start. There were a lot of boats around and most were fishing the break that went from two to six feet. There were a few fish being caught, but the bite was slower than reports we heard. We anchored for a short time and then drifted. We caught three nice walleyes in the 17″ range.  We didn’t catch any drum (sheephead) which was a bit of a surprise.  The highlight of the evening was the sunset. As the sun began to go down, the wind died and a small cloud bank showed up in the west. It was beautiful.

Jeff with Red Lake Walleye

Jeff with a nice Red Lake Walleye



Sunset over Red Lake        


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