Friday, May 12, 2006

"Fishing" on the Goulais

Here is Mark, Kevin, and Dave taking a break from "fishing". I believe this was the summer between our freshman and sophomore years. I know, its hard to believe that this group didn't catch many fish, but its true. The fact is, in the 6 or 7 times that I went to the Goulais, I truly only remember catching 2 fish (collectively) and they were both within 10 minutes of each other. Mark brought the first one in, about a 28" Northern Pike. I followed with an even bigger one that was about 32". By the way, I am trying to resist the urge to turn this into another "fish story", but I do believe those dimensions to be accurate. We were absolutely ecstatic. When we got back to the cabin we immediately started to cut the fish into enough filets that would feed an army (more like butchered them since we hadn't had much practice). We cooked them up and I must say that it was the worst tasting fish I ever had, but we ate it all and loved it.


Blogger Aaron Molnar said...

That's a really great picture. We should all have more moments like these in our lives!

8:33 PM  

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