Back to the Basics
Boat to one of our shore lunch spots that is equipped with a picnic table, wood, grate and fire pit. Fillet some of your mornings catch and have a lunch that you will never forget. Another favorite is having a late afternoon shorelunch and then fish all evening. Talk to Randy and he can assist in helping you prepare for a shore lunch.
What to pack for a Shorelunch:
- Fillet Knife
- Fish breading
- Bag for shaking fish
- Pork & Beans
- Oven mitts
- Can opener
- Garbage bag
- Tartar sauce
- 2 Frying pans
- Beer-for those who like beer batter
- Paper towels
- Pan to put cooked fish in
- Paper plates
Here is some information to help make your week of fishing more pleasurable and enjoyable.
How to fry fish
- Start a medium sized fire with small pieces of wood so that you get a hot fast burn.
- Put a clean pan on the grate or balance it on some rocks in the pit.
- Pour oil in the pan and let it sit for several minutes so that it can get really hot.
- When you think that the oil is hot, dip a piece of fish into the oil, if it sizzles the oil is ready, if not wait another minute.
- Once hot, fill pan with fish and fry until golden brown. If fish are burning too quickly remove pan from fire until cooled down and then replace.
There is an abundance of wildlife that also make for an awesome picture. Around any corner you could find a bear with her cub, a nest of baldheaded eagles, a loon with his life long mate, a beaver house, a bull moose or cow and many other animals that live in the Canadian Shield.