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The Camp and Cabins
The Lake and River
2014 Honorable Mentions!
... Michel for traveling to Oba in a
snowstorm to get camp ready for our May opener,
finding water so high he had to move things by
boat from his truck to the boat house and then
break ice on the lake.
... Scott, Todd, Kevin, Larry, Michel,
Deb, Dan, Sam, Dennis, Ron, Doug and Big White
Dog who changed plans and waited just in
case camp had to open late. We opened on time, but
the smart move was to come for week two. Thanks
for your patience everyone! And Sam it was
good to have you back in camp.
... the biggest Walleye of our 2014 season,
weighing in at 9 pounds.
... our very special guest, Alma
Alma fished all week with her 3 Sons, Ed, Clay
and Henry. She fished for at least 8 hours every
day, and caught the biggest Walleye in her
So what makes Alma so amazing and deserving of
an Honorable Mention?
Alma is a youthful 95-years-old folks!
I want Alma in my boat next year.
... Emerson, you're a Pro!
Bob & Julie and Sue & Bill, the
group that spent more time in their boats AND
strayed and roamed the farthest during their week
with us on Cameron Lake.
Every day I heard tales of new waters explored,
more wildlife sighted and a yet another hot
This group took advantage of all that fresh fish
and took to heart our motto ... When at Cameron
Lake Fishing Lodges, EAT FISH! And there were lots
of cooking experiments going on in John's kitchen
that fine week in June.
And thanks for feeding me and Beth and being so
gracious to Big White Dog.
I tip my Tilley to the Masters of Adventure,
Fishing and Eating! It was a joy having you in
... Rachel, Bert and Richard
for all your help getting ready for opener
again this year.
... Dino, Mark, Eric and
Brian for helping us at the Traverse City
and Grand Rapids shows in March.
for helping with cabin renovations.
... Angela for getting everyone safely to
and from Oba, even in the worst of conditions.