The next day we allotted a couple of hours to nab some walleye for a big group shorelunch. Talk about overkill—each boat was assigned to bring four fish which, after anchoring in one of the Cree’s inflows, took about 15 minutes. We kept a foursome in the 16-inch range for lunch, but there were lots of bigger ones around, including this nice one of Lynn’s. In the background is Wade Babcock, Pat’s dad and a guide at the lodge. Wade, by the way, is hilarious and has some pretty wild stories from his decades as an outdoorsman.