Here's an interesting photo from a few years ago, back in early June.
I remember my wife Diane and I were fishing a few kilometres from V-Bay Lodge.
Suddenly the sky went dramatically half dark and white with a harsh wind and distant rumbling thunder.
I suggested to Diane that we should reel in and quickly get to shore to seek shelter from the rapidly gathering storm.
I turned the boat around and began racing back to the lodge.
At just about that time Diane's hat was picked up and thrown in the lake.
We stopped and looked around but couldn't find it.
Again we started racing away. The air temperature dropped about ten degrees and hail began to fall.....followed by freezing rain. This was our most extreme weather experience on a lake.
I passed a couple of other guests boats as we reached Gull Rock.
We tied the boat up at the dock and walked into our cabin and waited for the storm to pass.
I had to wonder how a storm like this effects the fishing?
Chuck in Toronto............