Category Archives: Fishing Tugs

Vol XVI # 033 – A Rainy Sunny Day

A interesting day in the Land of Delight’s weather, the sun was shinning and it was raining.  Biscuit and I stopped by to see Leif at his Fishtown Shop.  No doubt about it, Leif has developed into one of Leelanau Counties favorite artists joining the likes of Fred Petroskey, Gene Rantz, Ken Scott and so many others that we are… Read more »

Vol XVI # 027 – Meggen’s Monday

The Joy’s fishing season is officially underway: the watermen set the first trap net over the weekend. And, if “April showers bring May flowers,” we should be expecting beautiful flowers in this area!      

Vol XVI # 021 – A Land of Delight Kinda Day

After a couple of warm wake-ups, this am’s chilly air wasn’t the best, but that’s one of the problems with this time of year, you get a couple of Summer days and then it’s back to Spring. The wispy white clouds and the color of Big Blue highlighted this days beauty. We have exited from a relatively easy Winter and are enjoying how 2016… Read more »

Vol XVI # 020 – Meggen’s Monday

  On Sunday afternoon, Joel Petersen took the Joy out for the first time since its compete overhaul, and said he was more than satisfied with how it handles now with the higher rails and resulting added weight in the stern. We are looking forward to the season’s whitefish catch… especially since spring has arrived, and with it, eagerness to… Read more »

Vol XV # 348 – A Cloudy & Cool Thursday

Not much happening today, it’s cool and gray. On the way to town this morning I came upon a group of turkeys crossing M22. The boss turkey in full blown feathers all fanned out turned and started marching straight toward me in my lane.  I of course stopped and he approached the front of the Jeep to the point where… Read more »