The in-law’s cabin in northern Wisconsin sits on a 120-acre lake that harbors 2-5 lb. largemouth, some decent pike, and all the bluegill, brim, and sunfish Skookum can catch. She prefers wade fishing.
I rock this pink paddle boat, which is a totally under-rated fly fishing craft that more anglers should utilize. The boat is surprisingly stable, even when I reach my “cabin weight” after a week or so of cheese curds, brats, and Grain Belt beer. While I prefer to foot-pedal to my honey-hole then stand up and fish, this boat allows me to troll or cruise weed beds and cast while seated as well; a truly versatile vessel with an awesomer paint-job that comes-correct with a built-in stripping basket in the stern!