Gary married Lori, whose family were guests of Cabin O’Pines.  The now old Lone Star boats were showing their age and were replaced by a new fleet of Lunds.  The fish house was moved away from the beach.  Several old farm buildings were torn down, the grounds cleaned up and everything was painted.

New arrivals to the Coyer family, Brittany and Ross were born.  Two new (8’ x 50’) sections of floating dock were built.  The campground saw a major expansion with the addition of more sites, electric to some and a shower building.  Several old docks were replaced by roll-in docks.  Cabins #6 and #7 along with 150’ lakeshore were sold to guests of the resort.  The first pontoon boat was added to the rental fleet.


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...

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...

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...