We Loved This Amazing Fly-In Fishing Story!
September 26, 2016
Brad Dokken is a lot like us – he loves to tell a good fish story. But when Brad tells the story, it’s published in the Grand Forks Herald of Grand Forks, ND!
He took a WILD fly-in fishing trip to Malette Lake…
Malette Lake outpost camp in northern Ontario offers wilderness fishing luxury
NESTOR FALLS, Ont.—Jason Laumb knew he had a big fish at the end of his line, but he didn’t know quite how big until the form rose up from the depths about a foot below the surface of the water next to the boat.
Picture a log with fins, a massive head and razor sharp teeth, and you’ll get the idea.
This was a northern pike. No, make that a big northern pike—a real duck eater.
Jigging for walleyes with 8-pound test line and a white-and-yellow plastic paddletail for bait, Laumb, of Grand Forks, had a battle on his hands as the pike ripped drag from the spinning reel.
There’d be little room for error if he wanted to get the fish in the boat.
Photos courtesy of Brad Dokken and the Grand Forks Herald.