One aspect of being at the lake for a week is time to indulge in simple pleasures: perhaps something as simple as fishing off the dock. Action is almost guaranteed with all the sunfish hanging around. Whether you dangle a kernel of corn from a hand-line, or work the drop-off with a crankbait, dock-fishing is one of those simple vacation opportunities that happen simply because you have time, lots of free time. In fact, you have enough free time to just fritter some away: time to soak up the sun, or watch the fish under the dock, or just sit and relax. In today’s album, we share some of those special moments that can only happen on a dock, on a lake, during the summer. Enjoy these classic Minnesota dock shots. Photo credits: George Pfoertner and Sarah Neighbors.