Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Docks are in
the water -
the crappie are biting.
Once again I
owe a tremendous "Thank You" to Al, Matt, Greg, Dick and Linda
for helping install our docks. We spent 6 hours in the
water yesterday as we repaired, maintained and installed all the
docks across the front of the resort. A few details to
finish up today and we'll be ready for boats.
they went fishing. Al & Matt caught a bunch of nice
crappie Saturday night.
The 2015 open water season is under way.
continue strong for the upcoming season but there are still some very attractive weeks
open in the
middle of July. There are
also a few openings throughout June and during parts of August.
You can check all of our openings on our
Availability chart on the Menu bar to the left. Call if you have any questions.
Have a great
year and we'll see you at the lake.
Here's a picture from
the "Life's Just Not Fair" file. 8 year old Hunter, on the
right, has been here all week fishing off the dock. Mean
while, all the "fisherfolk", including myself, have been burning
gas running all over Woman and Girl Lake looking for walleyes
that seem to be quite satisfied stuffing themselves with the
mayflies that seem to be hatching forever, without much success.
Hunter has been quietly feeding his family catching crappie off
the dock. So last night I returned from another
unsuccessful walleye trip to find that Hunter had borrowed a
fishing rod from his Grandfather's friends boat and caught his
first walleye ever on his third cast off the dock. 24"!!!!
His friend, Tanner, had to help him hold it for the picture.
reservation calendar for 2015 is now complete and on-line. Click
1-800-972-0147 if you have any questions.
We hope you'll
take some time to browse through our Web Site. There are
over 50 pages of information. Check the menu bar on the
left for the headings you are interested in.
Ridge Resort Video!!
To see our
video, click on the
picture below for options.
Steve Johnson took
this and several other pictures of the resort. Pictured above
are our "Lazy Days", "Homestead" and "Sarajac" cabins.