weigh in

Posted by on Friday, June 29, 2012 at 6:00 am


Safety, regulation, aircraft design and plane old common sense dictate we follow the rules.  Your load will be weighed.  And believe me I’ve heard every joke there is about “last year or the other pilot and getting 400 yards further”.  Speaking of last year, telling me that you have exactly the same stuff isn’t going to work either.  ...read more.

Give it a try

Posted by on Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 6:24 am

When the Arkansas guys are staying at in cabin on Irene Lake , Stan and his crew (which hail from N Carolina, Colorado and Wisc) are usually staying at our other cabin. 


They also target bass but have great success with the walleyes too.


Irene Lake is a great lake known for its beauty and fishing.  ...read more.

Remember the trip…

Posted by on Sunday, June 24, 2012 at 6:35 am

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I know there are many who check my blog just to see the fish (I’m sure it’s not the writing).  Big fish are common around here and some lakes like Seseganaga Lake just keep on being the setting for fish pictures that amaze even me. 

Age and experience don’t necessarily make better fishermen.  Youth and ambition works well too.  ...read more.

Singing for supper

Posted by on Friday, June 22, 2012 at 7:22 am

Camp rituals always amaze me.  Some groups have formal meals planned during their week at Ignace Outposts, others take turns doing a little gourmet cooking, and it is not uncommon to have cocktail hour with fancy snacks.

It appears that these seagulls have a ritual of singing for their supper. 

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Let the fish live

Posted by on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 7:16 am

We do encourage “catch, photo and release” (CPR) fishing.  Of course it is not a fishing trip if you don’t eat fresh fish.  Our company policy is to kill only the fish you are planning to eat.  Let the rest live to not only fight another day but to reproduce and keep our fishing lakes the envy of anglers everywhere.  ...read more.