Many of the pics didn't turn out very good, I'm not sure why. I thought maybe the camera lens was dirty, but then later some pics turned out really good. So I'm thinking maybe it had to do with water vapor condensation clouding the lens? Either that, or it was having a tough time with its Autofocus whenever I used the timer to get myself in the pictures.
Anyway, for the largemouth bass and white bass, I often caught so many, I couldn't keep an accurate count. So, each day I guesstimated what I caught for those species as closely as I could, without OVERestimating the number...so while I may have caught over 100 white bass one day, for instance....I ended up entering "70" in my Fishing Log. Even so, I logged 299 fish in 2.5 days of fishing. It was very fun!
Here's some pics (there were lots):
I caught a few walleyes, the biggest was 14.5":
I caught a small 17.5" Northern Pike (and it managed to cover itself in sand and mud before I was able to get the picture, as did a few other fish later on):
Smallmouth Bass up to 13"....in fact the biggest one hit a topwater lure:
Largemouth Bass up to 16.25". They are always very fat and healthy from this lake.
I caught just a couple Wipers, biggest were probalby only 12"-13":
I caught a BUNCH of White Bass up to 14.25", quite a few on topwater lures, which is very exciting...and some on flies, as I mentioned before.
I even had a couple of DOUBLES of White Bass on topwater lures!
And I caught a Yellow Bass:
A 10.5" Crappie:
A couple really nice 8" Bluegills:
And a feisty Green Sunfish: