Going Fishing TV is one of Canada’s top rated fishing shows. “Cronzy”, the host, visited us 3 summers ago and he still talks about Metionga Lake . This from a man who has fished most every corner of Canada.
We are always pleased to receive comments from our guests. Monte S. was with us in Sept for the first time.
“I wanted to let you know I had a wonderful time on Metionga. I have fished Canada for 10 years. This year was the first time I made two trips for fly-ins. I have experienced 3 outfitters in ...read more.
Happy New Year and all the best for 2009 from Ignace Outposts!
Our holidays are over and we are on the road early New Years day to begin our show circuit. As much of a grind as the show circuit is we always look forward to seeing our guests/friends and potential guests in their own environment.
We end up “talking ...read more.
Karen and I are sitting/waiting at the airport in Toronto after visiting our daughter Joanna – pre Christmas.
The weather forcasters are calling the winter storm today, “snow-megaddon”. Well, temps just below freezing and a few inches of snow doesn’t really constitute an emergency where we live, but when you share it with a few million people, I guess things ...read more.
Top 10 Reasons why FISHING is the Best past time.
10 – You can watch shows about Fishing in the living room.9 – You don’t have to hide your Fishing magazines.8 – The Ten Commandments don’t say anything against Fishing.7 – If your partner takes pictures of you Fishing, you don’t have to worry about them showing up on the ...read more.
According to the dictionary a “vacation” is “a period of suspension of work, study, or other activity, usually used for rest, recreation, or travel”. Take note of the suspension of work part.
We live in world of connectivity. We some how feel we must be in touch. With what? Stress is built upon feeling important enough that we can’t be ...read more.
Ever wondered about taking a FALL trip to go fishing?
Wes Peters and his group tried Flindt Lake just before our hunters went in. Here is a little note and testimonial.
Brad, we had a great time! Good accommodations, good fishing-likely about 400 fish in total for the 5 of us in 3 days-actually ...read more.
A few weeks ago, I promised a video showing the proper technique to fillet a lake trout. Here’s how to do it to end up with no bones.In August my buddy, Darren Elder, our local biologist, was with me at Irene Lake and we taped this demo. Being a bio doesn’t make Darren an expert filletter, but being an expert ...read more.