Well, we’re now through the connecting channel between Big and Little Bass Lake. Little Bass Lake’s shoreline is vastly different than her bigger cousin. No large mansions are in view here and no high speed boats either. Plus the shoreline is largely green with no vast amounts of landscaping.

Little Bass Lake is also the deeper of the two. And, check out this little inlet-

You probably can’t make out the channel for our return trip to Big Bass Lake but there it is in the distance. All we have to do is row there and get ready for that channel voyage again. With each dip of the oar the channel gets closer and closer. Until then though the beauty of Little Bass Lake and its shoreline is a relief to our eyes. This is how Big Bass Lake once looked before the onslaught of new homes to the area.

There it is! The channel back to Big Bass Lake and only a few oar strokes away. It was interesting visiting Little Bass Lake. Too bad we couldn’t stop and chew the fat with one or two residents. I wonder how the fishing is this year at Little Bass Lake?

Next the conclusion to our series as I re-enter the channel heading back to Big Bass Lake.