PHIL'S WEATHER REPORT
Thursday, Sept. 25
The fall colors are the best in years.
The 70 degree days with abundant sunshine sure make them awesome.
The next week should be the best combo of colors/weather this fall. Bring your camera!
Monday, Sept. 22
The colors are spectacular.
Red, orange and yellow mixed with green and gold.
The weather forecast is great as well so drop what you are doing and join us for a few days....always room for 1 more.
Monday, Sept. 15
A wet stretch of weather is behind us.
The 10 day forecast is very nice and it is coming at a great time for the fall colors and fall fishing.
Scarecrow Fest was a huge success last weekend and the Fall season brings a variety of local festivals from Beef O Rama, Cranberry Fest, and Colorama.
Wednesday, Sept. 10
A rainy day is in store and then the temps will be cooling off and the sun is supposed to be out for the weekend. It definitely feels like fall is here. Great Football weather. Scarecrow Fest this weekend in Phelps--always a good time.
Sat. August 30
A rainy morning is supposed to give way to a nice Labor Day Weekend. Fall is almost here. Some leaves are actually beginning to change colors but the forecast is for some nice weather the next 10 days.
Summer is coming to an end according to the calendar and now it is 85 degrees and sunshine! Still time for fishing, fun, and nice weather in the North woods.
PHILS' FISHING, HUNTING, SNOWMOBILING, and SKIING REPORT
Thursday, Sept 25
Thomas Kolling caught a 25.5 inch walleye last night and Bob Rosinsky landed a fat 18 incher off the dock without a net.
Come on up and enjoy fishing in the colorama wonderland!
Monday, Sept 22
The walleye bite is still strong--once you locate them. Mostly on jig and minnow.
The upcoming warm up will continue the crappie action in the shallows. Mini mites and crawlers have been working.
The guys in Exec. 2 were cleaning 40 or more nice perch Sunday. Congrats to Ken Mathwig who shot his first bear.
Joe and I have been seeing deer while bow hunting ( a few bucks) but have got no shots off yet.
Duck season is just around the corner so there is plenty to do in the great outdoors.
Monday Sept. 15
The Zunker group caught some muskies up to 43 inches, 24 inch walleye, and northerns up to 29.5 inches.
Behind the islands was the hot spot.
Wednesday, Sept. 10
Roger and Jerry hammered the crappies the past couple of days on minnows. Musky action is picking up. Some nice perch are also being caught. Walleye and Northern action has been slow on LVD. Jay did catch quite a few on Twin last night.
Mike AND Mary caught some dandy bass up to 24 inches Thursday on the south shore. Bill caught a nice 43 inch musky yesterday and Rowan and Ian caught some perch so all is well on the fishing front (for most of us). Still a while before we talk snowmobiling, skiing, and ice fishing I hope.
Tom Dahm caught a dandy 48.5 inch musky the other night. Crappies, gills, and perch are picking up. Bass are hitting in the weeds and northern action is picking up. Hunting season is just around the corner.
Bear, deer bow and grouse hunt seasons have begun and other seasons will start soon.
SPRING, SUMMER, FALL & WINTER HAVE LOTS OF HAPPY FISHERMEN AT SUNRISE.
The 2014 fishing season is off to a great start.
Nice Bass are being caught too.
Northern and Musky aren't too shabby either.
John Brust has the start of a good fish fry with Crappies caught in June, 2014
PHIL'S WORDS OF WISDOM ???
Is it my imagination, or do buffalo wings taste like chicken?
PHIL'S PACKER REPORT
The Pack better come thru this week or I'll be hearing from Bob, Augie, Dug, and many more.
Go Pack Go!
I have to admit I believe the Bears will be pretty good this year but the Pack has our ace in the hole...........Jay Cutler!
Augie - Here is that picture of you wearing a Packer shirt....again and again!
It isn't easy being green. Looks like he'll be wearing this classy shirt again next summer.
Go Packers !