Hoisting the days productivity
In Jerry's memory, I was compelled to harvest several walleye from Gabbro Lake near Ely, MN. Coincidentally, we were in Ely 13 years ago on August 9th......
and those fish too !! :) hmmmmm, i can hear them boiling in the crisco, tastie treat!
Our hostess, Melissa, cooked the breaded filets in about 3/4" of hot canola oil. Wish I had a walleye pond close to me here in Kansas!
WallEYES are sweetest tasting fish going, man are u lucky.
Having eaten Walleye from the Boundary Waters puts me right there with you. I start salivating when I look at this picture!
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
Mosquitoes were no problem, as long as you were out on the water. There were incidental flies: horse, deer and black. Back on land, the skeeters became active by early evening.
I woke up the first night listening to a wolf howl: much different from the higher-pitched jabber of the coyote. Loons were amazing to watch, along with the common mergansers. After cleaning the fish, it was fun to watch the gulls fly-in for the remains, with an eagle perched or soaring closeby, thinking about moving-in ....