From Sled Lake to Stark Lake – Northwest Territories, Canada

14th July – Eileen Lake

Well rested and energetic, we canoed our longest leg so far. Almost 20 kilometers. Saying goodbye to Sled Creek, and entering our first large lake, Eileen Lake. Only one point on the map looked to cause us trouble, but it turned out to be a easy lining.  Did some fly fishing in a rapid, and caught our first grayling (norvegian harr). We found a new beautiful island for our camp, outside Bigstone Bay in Eileen Lake.

Fish caught:

Bernt: 0.9

Håvard: 0,5 (Grayling on fly)

Total: 14,5

 

A heavy canoe heading for Eileen Lake.

 

 

Heading for Eileen Lake. A long day in the canoe.

 

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