....then warmed up enough to have 2 feet of over flow, and was inside that white room that neutralises all your super powers, and there was nothing but a barren waste land that we couldnt walk though, that about how sucker lake was for us....
Just kidding, but only partially. it didnt start off to well when with in the first hour I was running between ice holes and I broke through the crust on the over flow and went up my mid thigh in water, and we managed to hit the shallow part of sucker lake, and every one of holes we drilled for the first day and a half was frozen all the way to the ground till we eventually got way teh heck out there and we drilled and there was bout a foot and a half of water, so we moved camp there and fished all night to no avail. this morning I went out even further and drilled another hole with abotu the same result, and then we set out the poles and build snowmen till our plane came round 1:30 or so and I was the first to leave cause my buddy was just gonna drive home with his dad (our pilot) and I get a call tonight and he caught 2 pike while I was gone! I was a little jealous but thats the way it goes. 3 days of being wet the whole time ai shower never felt so good.
I must say I am a firm believer in wiggys bags, I couldnt even have the bag tucked tight around my chin like I usualy do or I would start sweating, and they even got wet and were warm and toasty.
To get off the slush we cut a bed of spruce boughs and put a tarp over it with 2 foam pads each. we did all our cooking inside the quick fish right before bed and it got roasty toasty in there.
it seemed to really suck while we were there but looking back it was fun. as we were leaving we circled around a bunch of snowmachiners and they looked like there were having fun.
If any of you were in the group of snowmachiners, how did it go fo yall?
Not a ver good report as I kinda suck at writing, but you get the idea