Friday, June 12, 2009

Now about 19 hours of daylight

This view shows the night sky at a quarter to 11 last night.

The light on the northern horizon is the sun's glow, not northern lights.

It is really only dark now from about 11 to 4 a.m. when the sun rises again.

We're all looking forward to the warm sunny weather predicted for this week.

It has been way wetter and colder than normal so far.

Fishing has still been good and the cold water has meant that lake trout are still being caught on the surface. There are lots of lake trout being caught this year. Under Ontario regulations they must all be immediately released in Red Lake.

There are still many big walleyes being caught and also some eaters under 18 inches.

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