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Blog: November 2021

Plan a visit for a fall like no other No way to measure such a thing, but it seems fall has given us the most spectacular leaf colors ever and, unlike most years at this time, the gold and scarlet leaves still hang on continuing the show. The pace has slowed as we anticipate the […]

Blog: October 2021

Naturally, fall may be the most beautiful of all With an unseasonably late first frost, fall colors in the woods and along roads, trails and the lakeshore remain brilliant. Gardeners are enjoying the extended season and the fall crop harvest is well underway. When temperatures shift, fog veils the picturesque landscape of stacked bales of […]

Fishing Report – September 29th, 2021

The lake temperatures are falling and so are the leaves However, the fishing is getting better daily as the lakes continue to move towards the Fall turn over.  Look for the crappies to be schooled in deeper water on muddy bottoms typically found along the lake’s basin.  Depths can range from 20-30 ft.  Use a […]

Blog-September 2021

Discover fall’s beauty and fun in the Heartland Lakes It is stunning to see how green the forest floor and our lawns have become after a few days of steady rain. Signs of fall mark the landscape with golden rod, purple asters and some leaves turning scarlet and gold The northern landscape will soon ripen […]

Blog-August 2021

Find food, fun and fantastic music at August festivals Neither drought nor haze from Canadian wildfires are keeping communities from celebrating their culture and heritage on weekends throughout August. In between, you can go fishing, take a kayak around the lake, go tubing down a river, pitch a tent under the pines, stay off line […]

Fishing Report-July 07, 2021

Mid-summer crappie action is in full swing Crappies can be found schooled in and around heavy shallow weed beds in the 8-12 ft range.  1/16 oz tube jigs worked along the edges of the weeds about half way down to the bottom or just swimming through the tops of the weeds will produce fish.  Mid-day […]

Fishing Report June 1, 2021

It’s that time of year when fishing patterns are all over the board! The bluegills/crappies are all basically shallow—7’ of water or less.  Small tube jigs, bobber minnow/waxie combos, or even tiny crankbaits will land a bunch of crappies or bluegills this time of year.  The walleyes are leaning towards any new weed growth—on the […]

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