1930-1936

1930-1936

 

Mike Terska was one of those young guests coming to the homestead on Pelican Lake to picnic and fish.  Taking a liking to Helia, he asked for her hand in marriage.  She moved away from the homestead to Mike’s family farm at Lindon Grove about 20 miles south.  Mike and Helia had 2 children, Delores and LeRoy.

The workshop was destroyed by fire along with a large launch under construction, a new marine engine and all of Thomas’s tools.  Thomas now ailing offered the homestead on Pelican Lake to Mike and Helia.  They began making improvements to the farm and because of an increasing demand for a place to stay instead of putting guests up in the milk house, barn, etc. they turned the trading post into a duplex cabin.

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Pelican Lake August Fishing Report

Fishing has been great this summer, especially for walleyes. There have been several reports of folks who have never caught a walleye before finding multiple walleyes and big trophy walleyes! Leeches and Night crawlers are...
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Pelican Lake Ice Fishing Report

Happy holidays to everyone! We are hoping you are staying warm and healthy and excited for the winter sports season! With approximately 8 inches of ice on Pelican Lake we are ready to see if...
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Pelican Lake Fishing Report

Late July into early August can be a slow time with the warmest water temperatures seen all year. Warm water usually slows activity as the fish become more lethargic. An abundance of food in the...