Posted by on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 7:25 am

Catching walleye in our lakes is never difficult.  In fact on opening weekend, it amazes me that a camp could be vacant.  In any case, setting up a camp after the opening of walleye sometimes offers the opportunity to research our product and develop new techniques.  It also seems to produce more folks who like to help with the chores. more.
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Brad is SICK!

Posted by on Saturday, May 16, 2009 at 6:43 am

Yes, I am sick. Nothing to do with H1N1 or other exotic virus. I have that annual sickness that strikes on the third Sat in May. I have a bad case of “Walleye Fever”. This illness manifests itself like clockwork and leaves me in a state of duress until the remedy is applied. What makes it more severe for me more.

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Seseganaga Memory

Posted by on Monday, May 11, 2009 at 4:10 pm

Our 2009 season is beginning I am finding out I am not the only one thinking fishing. 

As we train pilots and other staff for the summer, fishing is also on my mind.  Today as I was getting boats ready and a cabin cleaned at Irene Lake, I was bemoaning the fact I didn’t have my fishing rod with more.

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Privacy Plus – Tri Lake

Posted by on Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 8:14 am

Tri lake offers smaller lakes, absolutely secluded, which are accessible from the cabin providing an adventurous solitude and great fishing opportunity. Walleye and northern in trophy categories are caught and released regularly. Wildlife observation can be a major part of this experience with a great potential to view animals and birds in their own undisturbed domain. This is a more.
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Gamble Lake – “the Sure Bet!”

Posted by on Monday, February 23, 2009 at 8:48 am

Gamble lake is a world-class small mouth bass and lake trout fishery. It has great Northern Pike too! It is unparalleled in quantity and quality of these species. Pound for pound the small mouth is the greatest fighter and most exciting fish in this area. They are commonly found in rocky lakes with many crevasses and overhangs more.
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Kawaweogama Lake – the NAME says it all!

Posted by on Friday, February 6, 2009 at 8:56 am

This lake is located on the renowned Allanwater River System. KAWAWEOGAMA is fed from the south by SESEGANAGA lake and produces above average sized WALLEYE and NORTHERN. The lake is approx. 7 miles long and is lung shaped. The lake is well structured with many reefs and rocky islands. Sunray lake is also accessible upstream without portaging. River fishing more.
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Famous Metionga Lake

Posted by on Friday, January 30, 2009 at 8:05 am

This lake offers 10,000 acres of walleye and northern fishing on the famed Brightsand river system.

Just search this blog for some fishing results from Metionga.

There are 4 lakes to fish, three of which do not have cabins on them. River fishing, flats fishing and structure fishing more.
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Seseganaga – “Lake of many islands” (and fish)

Posted by on Friday, January 23, 2009 at 8:58 am

This large body of water runs over 25 miles with hundreds of miles of shoreline.

There is nowhere on this lake you can be more than 1/2 a mile from shore. This lake produces consistently and is one of the few lakes in Canada where 50 inch plus NORTHERN can still be found. LAKE TROUT more.
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