A long time guest sent this note. “I bought this pole and reel combination the first year I started fishing in Canada. It’s about 45 years old. The reel has been rebuilt 3 times and the pole once. I couldn’t even count the Northern and Walleyes I caught with this. My kids said they are going to fight over it ...read more.
Joey has been our camp attendant at Metionga Lake for the past few years. Joey has moved on to a new job and Ted is taking over at Metionga. Many will know Ted as our dockhand here in Ignace last summer. Joey flew in with Ted today to met to pass on a bit of first hand knowledge and ...read more.
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.
Many think our job is the best in the world. I do agree. But it is not without hard work. Sometimes near the end of the day the couch becomes a place to recharge.
Many will remeber Keith and BJ. Both worked hard while here and continue to do so with their lives away from Ignace.
Keith (on ...read more.
Finding partners to go fishing at Ignace Outposts is not a daunting task. You might be suprised who may say “sure” and join you on a fly in adventure.read more.
In the mid 60’s Ignace Airways purchased a new 1965 Ford Econoline pickup truck. Soon after it was aquired, it had a closeup encounter with a moose on the highway. Rather than scrap a still good vehicle that happend to have some front end damage, the truck cab was cut off and the interior was removed. The truck was now ...read more.