A June morning on Lake Ontario presented a sight not unknown to to those who live in Niagara County New York. The cold water, warmer air, and calm wind resulted in fog settling on the lake. It wouldn't be much time before the fog would lift to a clear, beautiful day on the smallest of the Great Lakes. That day reminded me of the evening at Sandy Pond, near Pulaski, NY, when the fog rolled in while we were fishing in early June. After nearly threading the needle into the lake itself, we were sure we pointed in the right direction to return to camp. Well after dark, we made landfall about three miles from camp. Fog on the Great Lakes can be quite scary. However, this day at Olcott, the fog was a beautiful scene while it lasted.