Another upgrade

Posted by on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 6:00 am

One more little upgrade to keep ahead of the pack.

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It’s hard to believe this is an outpost camp 100 miles from Ignace.

The counter top at Flindt Lake had a swell near the taps from the sink being improperly installed.  We’ve had a little time to do some “camp maintenance” and have installed a new counter top.  Now the ...read more.

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Happy Crew

Posted by on Tuesday, August 11, 2009 at 7:30 am

Every year we see many groups in the 10 to 12 man range.  The Healy/Loftus group from Minnesota numbered 13 making them our largest group for 2009.  They go to Seseganaga Lake yearly and have more fun than should be allowed. 

This year’s trip was a little unusual in that weather delays kept 3 of the 13 in Ignace for 2 ...read more.

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But our cabins do have showers…

Posted by on Sunday, July 5, 2009 at 6:55 am

Over the years we’ve added a few luxuries to our cabins. Hot and cold running water allow for a nice hot shower. Some guys however prefer the grin and bare it method of bathing.

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Even if I lost a bet, I wouldn’t voluntarily get into the waters around here early in the season.

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Fish story platform

Posted by on Saturday, June 6, 2009 at 7:44 am

Spring time keeps us busy getting camps open and equipment moved but regular jobs also get done.

The cabin at West Bay on Seseganaga Lake now has a new deck.

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Even though fishing is the reason most guys head to Seseganaga, one of the best conservation techniques we have developed on our lakes is the construction ...read more.

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past and present

Posted by on Sunday, April 19, 2009 at 7:57 am

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Flindt Lake cabin in it’s pre 1996 days.

In years gone by, a cabin was just a roof over your head. One room, bunks along the wall, mice for room mates, stuffy, mosquitoes travelling through the wall at will, and a hot plate for cooking was the order of the day.

Flindt lake was one of ...read more.

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A view back in time

Posted by on Wednesday, October 8, 2008 at 7:43 am

About 20 years ago this was one of our finest cabins. Today it is a shed. For those who may not recognize this cabin, it is on Seseganaga Lake. It is the old cabin 2. In its day, it was state of the art. It was one big room, 8 beds in the back half and kitchen eating area in ...read more.

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Why not Ignace Outposts?

Posted by on Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 7:52 pm

Walleye and northern are featured in each of our lakes except Gamble Lake where the smallmouth fishing is world class. Some other lakes boast lake trout and smallmouth bass too! Essentially we have some of the best remote fishing in Canada suited to walleye, northern, lake trout or smallmouth fishermen. Our camps feature deluxe accommodations with running hot and ...read more.

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