Going fishing with someone in a canoe on an isolated lake is “Priceless”.
Except for the sounds of nature, it’s so peaceful. Reflections in the water, especially at dusk, are spectacular and ever-changing. One has to keep still in mind and body. Movements have to be slow, else the canoe will tip. Conversation is honest and laid-back. Patience is a must. The first tug on the line is exciting.
A fishing Sherpa to remove the catch is a bonus.
Wee Friar, thanks for so many memories. And thanks for filetting our catch.