Posted by on Sunday, June 7, 2009 at 7:26 am

The woodland caribou is a majestic animal whose southern most range includes Seseganaga Lake. Many of our guests enjoy seeing these rare animals. Sometimes they will stick around for a photo op.


My dad took this picture of a young bull caribou in the yard of our Seseganaga West Bay cabin last week. more.
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All in a week

Posted by on Friday, June 5, 2009 at 7:32 am

Don from Iowa was at Seseganaga lake last week with a few buddies. 

Fishing of course is a main event at an outpost camp, but a sampling of Don’s photos from the week show many reasons to make an Ignace Outpost vacation.



Keep in mind these are not zoo animals but part of North America’s southern most more.

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Large moose

Posted by on Tuesday, February 3, 2009 at 10:36 am


A moose hunter guest in Thunder Bay sent me this photo.  It was  taken along the CP rail line in the area last fall.  The rails are 56 1/2 inches apart so this moose has a rack that would make any hunter proud. 

We’ve seen moose this large at many of our outpost lakes too.  During the more.

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Catch, Photo, Release – CPR for your fish

Posted by on Saturday, May 3, 2008 at 10:13 am

photo by Jim Pierce on Gamble Lake

With summer approaching and fishing season only days away, I want to give a few pointers on photographing and live releasing your trophy fish at Ignace Outposts. Of course, we encourage you to enjoy the bounty of our lakes by having fresh fish for lunch or dinner while on the more.

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