We spent just short of a week in Devil's Lake, North Dakota - one of the best fisheries for walleye. Since the early 90's, the water level of Devil's Lake has continued to climb, overtaking roads, ditches, and farmland. Roads have had to be rebuilt at higher levels, sometimes more than once, to avoid going under water. As the lake has spread, the number of fish has grown and Devil's Lake has become a destination for many fishermen.
The snorkeling in Costa Rica could rival any other major snorkeling destinations in the world. The crystal clear, pristine waters make it easy to join the underwater world and swim surrounded by colorful fish. After cutting through the waves and the water, we reached our first snorkeling spot. After gearing up, we jumped in and were not disappointed by the variety of different fish and underwater life we were able to see. After a what seemed like 5 minutes, but was more like 30, we climbed back aboard to race off to the next destination.