We've been staying here over 20 years. Currently, as empty nesters, we stay for 2 weeks at a time. The fishing can be spotty but the locals and the staff are more than happy to share the "hot spots" with you. We love walking into the cabin the first time and smell the wonderful white pine. The deck facing the water has a great view of the beach and the channel no matter which cabin you stay in. We laugh about glasses, plates and silverware not matching but there is more than enough of everything to make your stay enjoyable - including microwave oven, coffee pot, toaster and electric can opener. We bring some specialty items for the kitchen from home for some of our signature dishes but really, nothing else is needed. Rent a boat and fish or just cruise the islands, take a walk on the beach (beautiful white sand and crystal clear water), or just sit on the deck with a cup of coffee and watch the boats go by. Guarantee there will be some of the old wood boats from the 30's and 40's out there too. Wounderful place to be. We travel 500 miles one way every year and wouldn't miss it.