It is hard to believe, but after more than 33 years, 2 well used coffee mugs, three kids transformed into three new families producing 7 grand kids, numerous pilots moving on to fly heavy metal, guests who have become friends rather than customers, the catch and release of countless fish, and tens of thousands of hours of safe flights, Karen ...read more.
Memories of as past fishing adventure can be captured for your office or den wall.
Renowned artist, Anthony Padgett’s painting of our Otter, one of few piston otters still in operation, can be featured with a special photo memory of a past ...read more.
Catch and release has been our policy with fish for many years. Keep some small ones to eat and release the big ones.
To facilitate catch and release we suggest you remove the barbs off your hooks. You may miss the odd fish but the fish you do catch to release will certainly thank you in their fish kind ...read more.
Besides fantastic fishing, Northern Ontario remoteness provides quiet solitude, pristine beauty and incredible night skies! Without light pollution, the stars shine brightly.
To capture this, all you need is a sturdy tripod and a camera capable of having the shutter open for up to 30 seconds. To add drama to a shot, select something for the foreground and a means ...read more.
Brad’s Real Simple but Real Tasty Walleye Tacos
1 or 1 ½ walleye per person Few teaspoons of oil A spoon full of butter Taco seasoning Taco shells – bring a bunch since it is impossible to eat just one! Bag Cole slaw and dressing Lime juice No eggs, no breading, no tartar sauce
Do ahead: Make up coleslaw (packaged ...read more.
The All Canada Show series of fishing exhibitions has been around for more than three decades. Proudly we have participated every year but the inaugural one. This year we will exhibit at their Milwaukee and Chicago area shows. If you are in these areas, use the coupon below (save it to your phone) and come by the show; makes for a good evening ...read more.
Irene Lake offers a 5 species fishing experience. The Keen/Lendman/Loeding families tested the waters and found them all! Walleye were particularly hefty. They caught three 30″+ and 5 better than 28 inches. No poker faces here....read more.