A lot of you will understand the history in this photo. Ken Johnson not only came for a visit this week to fish, but to also commemorate his time here with his long time coworker and friend.
Ken was here with Cory for 12 years of Cory's 30 year "stint" at Scott Lake Lodge. We celebrated Cory this week for the many years, fish and friends that he's had here. Thank you, WCA. We all love ya!
A fat fall Northern for Sara Caldwell was one to remember. The size of these fish are phenomenal as they hook onto your lure, reel them in and land them in the boat. Poacher probably let out a "woo!"
The thrill of the battle when you hook onto a giant trout in shallow water with lighter-weight gear is not to be missed. The fall trout run at Scott Lake Lodge is a magical time!
The trout are up in the shallows! This 37 incher was a tank to find on this sunny fall day.
Grayling fishing in the fall is incredible. Sonya found some BIG LINGS at the outflow of one of our flyout lakes.
Signs of fall are here. Trees are changing, trout are spawning and these grouse are present on the island!
This is fall fishing at it's finest! Valarie and Biff with a 45.5" tank.
You want to have some fun on the fly rod? Catching these whitefish in the fall on a 4wt is an absolute blast!
Kay and J5 with one of many big fall pike!
Well that was a windy one! Bob and Graham braved some serious weather to find this fat fall pike.
Mark caught this fat fall pike on a fly his grandson tied for him
These two have caught A LOT of big fish together over the years. Mark pulled in this 47.5" Pike with Paulie today and reminisced about all of the other amazing fish they've celebrated.
Mark and Biff with a fat fall pike on the fly!
A beautiful fish for Juli Hendrix today. Jordan and her found some sunshine and lots of pike on Scott Lake.
47" first day giant for Scott and Spencer. Now that's starting off your trip with a bang!
If you look at the tail, you can really tell how big this big ol' Lake Trout is. Poacher and Jeremy got this beautiful 40 incher.
The trout colours are beginning to change! The trees and fish as resembling the fall pattern up here in the north.
Check out this clean, healthy blob of a Lake Trout! We see a lot of these in August.
Sometimes you just have to sit back and enjoy the glassy view.
Brad caught this tank of a 45" Trout as his last fish of the day. A big, healthy fish to wrap up their trip.