Busy beach

Posted by on Monday, September 26, 2011 at 6:00 am

Last week we had some guys at Hilltop Lake .  One morning they woke to moose tracks in the sand in front of the cabin and the next morning bear tracks.  They were fishing so they had to settle for that very thin “track Soup”. 

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The hand prints were added by the photographers – likely to show the size ...read more.

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Ready for Winter

Posted by on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 7:49 am


I came across this bruin the other day.  Or should I say he came across me while I was out enjoying the afternoon.  My vehicle was a good 300 yards away.  For a moment I wondered if I could run faster scared than he could hungry.

No worries however since either he wasn’t hungry or I didn’t look ...read more.

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Don’t feed the bears

Posted by on Monday, July 20, 2009 at 10:31 am


OK so this was photo shopped a little. The message remains however. Bears are not usually a problem around our camps but if they are fed, they come back. When they come back they begin to be a problem.

Keeping garbage bagged and in the shed, keeping used fish oil in a sealed container inside the cabin, ...read more.

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more wildlife

Posted by on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 at 8:16 am

Bringing your camera on a fly in trip is good for more than taking pictures of your fishing partners in their underwear. Our part of the country is blessed with many types of wild life just aching to be photographed. All these pictures were taken with in days of each other in early August. The moose and loons were on ...read more.

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Bear Business

Posted by on Thursday, July 24, 2008 at 10:34 am

I am regularly asked about bears. The chances of you seeing or encountering a black bear are low however bears live in the bush and our camps are in the bush. Bears are seldom a problem but occasionally one will wander by our cabins. If they find nothing to eat, they move on. Bears are very happy eating berries. If ...read more.
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