Joey has been our camp attendant at Metionga Lake for the past few years. Joey has moved on to a new job and Ted is taking over at Metionga. Many will know Ted as our dockhand here in Ignace last summer. Joey flew in with Ted today to met to pass on a bit of first hand knowledge and ...read more.
In 1993 a lightning strike started a forest fire just east of our Seseganaga Lake cabin #2.
The 2015 season is starting out with very dry conditions. The fire hazard is high. Today we expecting some rain but it will be coming in thunderstorm with very high winds.
Check out the Ministry of Natural Resources Fire Situation website to see what is currently burning where....read more.
We will be posting ice condition photos at our base on Agimak Lake on the Ignace Airways FaceBook page in an album called Ice Out Spring 2015 . You don’t have to be a FaceBook user to see the images but if you are, please like our page. You will then get updates in your news feed. Ignace Outposts also has a page . Check ...read more.
From time to time, we have posted some of our favourite ways to cook up fresh walleye.
Our Civeche (walleye ‘cooked’ in lime juice) was recently featured on the ontariowalleyefishing.ca blog post 7 Best Walleye Recipes of the Great North-West ! Check the rest of the recipes out and if you need more to get your mouth drooling and tummy growling, here are a few others from our blog....read more.
If you have any doubt about the power of a moose, watch the video below.read more.
Things have changed. I suspect not many of our guests would be able to identify the location of the picture below. It is the shoreline of what we refer to as “Main Camp” at Seseganaga Lake. The photo as taken in 1989 before we started building the new cabins. The building on the right is no longer there and was ...read more.
Nothing makes an outpost trip more unbearable than a few doing all the work while others who may be used to 24-7 maid and butler service sit about and complain that their beverages are not cold. While at camp, it is best if everyone has assigned jobs. This part of the planning is usually fun and best done as a ...read more.
As we up graded cabins over the last 30 years, an invisible part of the job was getting rid of the old cabins. The new cabins were built and then the old cabins were removed from the site. Of course the easist and most efficient method of removing an old cabin was in the winter with a match.read more.