We’ve likely all recovered from the family time inflicted on us over the Christmas holidays and are back in the exhausting routine of work, school and extracurricular activities. Take a pause from the hamster wheel of your existence and consider the points our friend Bonnie makes in her article featured below.read more.
Dehavilland named its aircraft wisely after animals. The DHC-3 is known as the Otter. Our Otter aircraft is devoted to putting fishermen and fish together. Flying in to some of Ontario’s best fishing is what this aircraft was designed to do.
The otter animal also has a close affiliation to fish. Karen got these shots this morning of an ...read more.
Happy Thanksgiving to our American friends. From our family to yours.
We’ve been treated to some great activity in the night skies these past few weeks. Karen has posted on her blog about capturing some of the scenes....read more.
What a great time this year. Shared the experience with two new camp members that could not believe the number of fish caught and the beauty of Flint Lake. Not sure if we told you but a few in camp had never seen The Northern Lights and this totally capped off the experience. Thanks again for a great ...read more.
We were doing some reminiscing with members of former owner Donald Jorgenson who were here to celebrate his life and times in Ignace. Don passed away February 22, 2015 just two months after his brother, Gerald who started the Ignace Airways in the late 50’s and sold it to Don in 1972. Don and his son, Don Jr, ran it for about ...read more.
“Thanks for another great trip to Hilltop, this is the Northern I caught after hooking a Walleye, both were netted and released. The pike seem to get thicker every year! Looking forward to the next trip already!” ~ Dave D....read more.
One of the best things about doing what we do is meeting the people that we meet. Over the past 30 years we have seen a lot of faces from a lot of places. Some have made the trip just about every year we’ve been here! Some we are meeting for the very first time.
It’s additionally rewarding when we ...read more.