Landscape & scenery photos from the Namekagon River
A large spring's short outlet enters the river here and keeps it open during even the deepest cold spells.
I saw this porcupine cross the road behind me while I was watching from a bridge for some large trout I'd heard about. I ran back to the car for the camera and got quite close for a picture. Speed is not one of the noble porcupine's many virtues.
The moon backlights a willow after midnight on a favorite trout stream.
This deer ran at least a hundred yards in front of our canoe before it finally decided to get out of the river. Here it just hurdled a beaver dam.
Several frightened mergansers scoot away from the canoe.
Thunderstorms threatened on this early July evening but they luckily kept missing me and the fishing was excellent.
A 20-inch brown jumps at the end of my dad's fly line, but the picture quality isn't the best. He could just as easily be shaking his fist at a beaver.
A porcupine climbs a pine tree near a trout stream.
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