News organizations around the world spend the first few weeks of January reviewing the previous year’s top stories. The big news on the lake is best expressed in photos, not words. So here is part 2 of our view of what life on the lake can be like!
April – June
The last few cool days of spring in April are ushered in by million dollar sunrises and sunsets across the lake.
There’s no bay nor tide, but sitting on the dock is a great way to spend the May day, especially with a good friend, a few snacks and a few fish for supper. Hey, I think I’ve got one…
Most anglers cut their fishing teeth on bream, but big June bluegills like this get any angler excited, young or old.
Tomorrow: July – September
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