Gunflint Lake was loaded with energy today. The morning brought southwest winds, which made for some smaller waves, but still allowed for some fishing activity. Some of our fellows went out and found some decent smallmouth bass activity at the east end of the lake, near the islands.
By mid-afternoon, a bank of clouds rolled through, bringing with it a bit of rain, but a huge change in the wind. Our old friend, the northwest wind, came whipping down the lake, and the waves started to roll. Just another one of the many faces we see on this big lake out in front of us.