Hi everyone, I will be heading to Echo Lake, in the superior national Forest, the middle of June. Never been there, but the small amount I found on this site says it's a good fishing lake. Does anyone have past experience on this lake? I'm targeting walleye mostly, but Pike and crappie are always on my menu. Are there any lure colors that have worked well for you? I'm mostly a live bait fisherman. Any presentations that worked well? Any advice will be greatly appreciated with this lake, and I will report back how it went/what worked. Thank you everyone.
Anyone can create a letter signed by his mother. I'd bring a birth certificate.
This reminds me of a funny story one of my neighbors told me. Well, it's funny now with hindsight but probably not so funny at the time. My neighbor, Dave, had gone into Canada visiting. He had one of his boys with him who was about 4 or 5 at the time. On their way back into the US, the border guard looked at the boy and asked him what his name was and he replied, "Matthew." Then the guard asked, "Do you know who he is?" referencing the driver. Rather than replying that he was his dad, he replied, "He's Dave."
Took a little explaining to get past that interview.
I just heard (way late) that Louis Watt, of Cook, a Technician at Timbutktu Marine, was in a bad motorcycle wreck down down in Arizona this winter. He has a caring bridge and gofund me sites and a facebook page for those who might be interested.