Canada Fly In Fishing Trip – Part 4

We stood on the dock for the next couple of minutes in amazment at what surounded us, miles of crystal clear water just waiting to be fished. So fish we did, we quickly ran up to our secluded cabin and threw down our bedding and gear, quickly grabbed a snack and went down to the docks and preped the boat for a days outing.

We wern’t out on the water long before we had our first walleye bites, it was great!! In a few short hours we had each caught about 15 to 25 walleye each, what an experience. It seemed anywhere we dropped our lines, there was fish. I’m used to going into over populated areas and fishing all day and only catching 1 fish if i’m lucky, not 25 walleye in 2 or 3 hours.

As the sun started to set on our first day we trolled back to the cabin drewling at the mouths over the fresh walleye we were about to prepare for supper. When we got back to the cabin, we prepared the fish using a new recipe my uncle had found out about on his way over to our place, and boy was it a good one.

Walley Recipe


  • 1 green pepper
  • 1 red pepper
  • 1 yellow pepper
  • 1 small jar of salsa
  • 3 or 4 walleye fillets
  • 1/2 onion
  • 3 or 4 tablespoons of butter
  • a few dashes of salt and pepper
  • a few dashes of hot sauce


  • Chop up peppers and onions
  • Lay down 2 sheets of tin foil and fold up the edges to make a bowl
  • place a couple of tablespoons of butter in the tin foil
  • lay walleye fillets on top of butter
  • through the peppers and onion on top
  • poor salsa over peppers
  • add a couple of good dashes of hot sauce
  • add a couple of good dashes of salt and pepper
  • use another sheet of tin foil and cover, seal edges.

Warm the barbeque up using low to medium heat, after a few minutes throw on tin foil bags containing the recipe.
Cook for 10 to 15 minutes, making sure to give the bag a good shake once or twice.

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