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.
Doing the “little” things is what sets Ignace Outposts apart from the rest of the pack. Over our thirty years in Ignace we’ve done lots of “little” things. In 2003 we had hunters on Hilltop Lake who upset their boat while returning to the cabin with their trophy moose on board. The moose, the antlers, and much of their gear ...read more.
We’ve added the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sport Show to our circuit so our remaining sport shows are:
February 27 – March 1, 2015 Madison Fishing Expo Alliant Energy Center, Madison WI www.madfishexpo.com
March 4 – 8, 2015 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sport Show WI Expo Center at State Fair Park West Allis, WI jssportsshow.com
March ...read more.
We will be attending the following sport shows in 2015. If you are in the area, stop by and say hi. It is always great to see old friends and if you are thinking of a 2015 fishing adventure with Ignace Outposts, it is a good time to get things firmed up.
January 8 – 11, 2015 Chicago All Canada ...read more.
Every winter our aircraft are pulled from the water and wait their turn in the hangar. Our maintenance staff are highly trained and very professional in what they do. We like to boast that our aircraft are maintained in excess of Transport Canada standards. We fly these aircraft ourselves and do not hesitate to fly our children and grandchildren in ...read more.
This past week we attended the 87th NOTO (Nature & Outdoor Tourism Ontario) Convention in partnership with TNO (Tourism Northern Ontario) in Thunder Bay Ontario. It was beneficial to network and learn from colleagues, presenters and other attendees. By the time the 4 day event was over however, we were looking for some tomato sauce to go with the alphagetti.
The ...read more.
Every year before the props can turn, the pilots have to be re-trained in aircraft operations, government regulations and other various items of particular interest to pilots and the safe air transportation of our guests. Even though between them they have almost 3/4 of a century in aviation, Randy and Brad have been burning the oil so to speak. Karen ...read more.
High water caused a lot of extra work for us this year. At Seseganaga Lake , Joe prepared two floating docks for next summer. At Metionga Lake , Joey took the deck off the main dock and raised and levelled the stingers then redecked the dock so it will be above the high waster mark.
He then built a new walkway ...read more.