“Thanks for another great trip to Hilltop, this is the Northern I caught after hooking a Walleye, both were netted and released. The pike seem to get thicker every year! Looking forward to the next trip already!” ~ Dave D....read more.
One of the best things about doing what we do is meeting the people that we meet. Over the past 30 years we have seen a lot of faces from a lot of places. Some have made the trip just about every year we’ve been here! Some we are meeting for the very first time.
It’s additionally rewarding when we ...read more.
Great catch and story to go with it:
“Our group of four loaded up our gear and went out on Little Metionga at the top of the falls. No sooner did we get there, we started catching fish nearly every cast. All of a sudden Zach has a large northern pike on and screams to Derek “Get the ...read more.
“We just landed at camp and we figured we’d get our lines wet and put a few fish in the boat at the lower falls by Metionga camp. At this point, Jake is somewhat new to open water fishing so he and I were going over a few basics on the gear and how to feel the lures, ...read more.
A long time guest sent this note. “I bought this pole and reel combination the first year I started fishing in Canada. It’s about 45 years old. The reel has been rebuilt 3 times and the pole once. I couldn’t even count the Northern and Walleyes I caught with this. My kids said they are going to fight over it ...read more.
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Opening weekend is always an adventure! For the first time I have a guest blogger to give a first hand account of “life in the great white north”. And for those in that one big country in the world which does not use the metric system – 80 to 100 mm of rain is about 3 to 4 inches.4 ...read more.
Walleye season is open and what better way to celibrate than fresh “walleye bite” appies.
The best way to eat walleye are to eat them fresh. These nuggets were swimming mear moments before being called for supper....read more.