Karl Engstron and Jeff Gustafson hold up part of their winning catch from Shoal Lake this past weekend.
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Fishing on Lake St. Clair was kind of like being on the ocean but it is loaded with big smallmouth bass.
Terry Dennis of Atikokan won $500,000 with Lotto Max Maxmillions in the June 1 draw. The winning ticket was purchased at the Marg's Northern Convenience on O'Brien Street in Atikokan. Since its launch in September, 2009, Ontario Lotto Max players have won over $4.2 billion in prizes, including 57 jackpot wins and 447 winning Maxmillions tickets from all across the province.
Jeff and Ben Gustafson with a nice smallmouth from this week at Lake St. Clair.
Shelby Larson with a nice musky from Crow Lake.
Guest coach John Schermerhorn instructed George Boe, bottom, on how to finish a fireman's carry on Christian Kostiuk during a camp hosted by the Mighty Mustang youth wrestling program on Saturday morning at the Falls High School gym. Meanwhile, below, Damien Juen of Littlefork, Mn. practised a half-nelson on Jonah Homer of Fort Frances.
Family favourite Fred Penner will be performing at the new Rainy Lake Square here tomorrow (June 14) from 6-8 p.m. The concert will include both old-time favourites and new music from his Juno Award-winning album “Hear the Music,” which was released last year.
The Muskie girls' 4x100m relay team—comprised of Kamryn Sandelovich, Grace Petsnick, Jill Calder, and Jacy Gagne—were impressive as they ran a personal best time of 56.39 at the OFSAA track-and-field championships held Thursday through Saturday at York University in Toronto.
Jeff Gustafson prepared a walleye for a Lake of the Woods shore lunch.
Jeff Gustafson with a nice crappie he caught using a slip bobber and a small jig and plastic earlier in the week.