Just got back from 3.5 days of fishing the beautiful North Channel near the Bad River Delta. This is my 18th year fishing this part of the Georgian Bay. For those of you that have never fished this area before, it is probably the most remote and pristine area within 5 hours of the Canadian/US Border. The ride down river is worth the price of admission and is not for the faint of heart. Several rapids and a small falls (the locals refer to the falls as "the jump" because they jump their boats up or down the falls when running the river) keeps everyone's heart pounding and really sets the tone for the entire trip. The weather was tremendous with bright bluebird skies and temps in the mid 70's to mid 80's. The fishing was good as well with lots of walleye and smallmouth caught everyday. No giants this trip but many walleye and bass were in the 4 and 5 pound range. The walleye were mostly caught in the river within site of the bay. All the smallies came off rock islands or shoals in the bay itself. Additionally, several nice musky and northerns were hooked, some landed, some not. We had 8 people in 4 boats. Here are a few pictures we had time to take between all the action.