Fair week for fishing Lac Remigny and adjacent Lac Des Quinze in Quebec. We were hit with one cold front after another. I'm blaming the weather!Mornings were in low 40's and water was unusuallly high and cold at 64F. The wind/rain/cool air limited our plans of exploring eastern section of Des Quinze and Lac Simard. Two days were warm enough for short sleeves. Bugs not bad at all. We did hit a bunch a walleye, more than usual, in the 15" - 20" range by trolling cranks in 10-15' of weater. Smallmouth were damn few in spite of casting/trolling rocky shorelines. Pike were not exactly jumping into the boat. When the hammerhandles are tight lipped, tough fishing is in store. We could have used a better pike bite to make the trip more interesting at times. We had a few days where you couldn't barely buy a pike and that is unusual. I caught a 38"/15# pike by myself fishing one blustery afternoon with a looming cold front storm a few minutes away. Silver/gold Williams Wabler lite spoon trolling in the middle of a mile long cabbage patch; I hooked what felt like a just another snag in a pile of weeds until he burned off some line. Between backing the boat up, yanking the pike through cabbage, playing him 4 times at the boat, I finally netted him. We also caught about a dozen or so in the 26" to 30" range with many throwbacks in the hammerhandle to ~23" range. Most pike were taken on 1/2 oz Williams wabler spoons or bombers trolled in shallow water near drop offs or over cabbage weeds. We had fish fries most nights and brought home 12 pike and about 10 walleye. This was probably our last trip to Camps Ronoda as we need some new scenery and noticed more cabins and a good number of ice fishing huts on shore. Also, the price has gone up considerably to $750 out the door (deluxe cabin for 3) when you figure it was a little over $400 just 4 yrs ago. The Canadians accepted US bucks at par. $4.30 US per gallon for gas. Ouch.