Create Memories

Posted by on Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 10:30 am

I can’t help but think that sometimes we encourage the wrong things in our kids and grandkids. They will not remember the best score on a video game nor the best day they had watching TV. But take them fishing…


It may be cold now, but summer is coming. Time to think fishing.

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There is always a story

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013 at 9:22 am

Steve and some buddies have been fishing Metionga Lake for many years.  These guys bring their sons and (daughters) along as a part of building relationships and sharing quality time together.  The young folks learn from the old(er) and do their best to keep up.  The older are pro’s however in some of the finer points of “fish camp”.  Part of the more.

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Posted by on Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 5:55 am

Nick's 26 inch Walley

Nick brought up another big walleye on Metionga Lake . His dad has been bringing Nick on an annual trip for many years.  I suspect it won’t be long and he’ll be bringing his dad. 

Seeing 28 inch walleye caught and released certainly makes a father proud.  Sharing time in a boat away from the distractions of our busy more.

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27 inches

Posted by on Monday, July 9, 2012 at 6:39 am

Cole's 27 inch walley

Cole may be young in age but he is well experienced in the the finer points of outpost camp fishing.  Cole and his dad (and sister) have been going to Metionga Lake   in search of a walleye and northern for several years.  Cole is no slouch in the fishing department often out fishing most in the group. more.

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Gloves in July?

Posted by on Wednesday, August 4, 2010 at 6:01 am


Matt is not cold but is instead maintaining his fingers.  As a cello player this is almost as much a priority as catching fish… thus the gloves.

Matt and his Dad joined a few others from Indiana on Flindt Lake in late July. Walleye and northern pike were the order of the day. more.
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How can we not like our job?

Posted by on Friday, July 16, 2010 at 7:39 am

“Hello Brad and Karen.

I would just like to thank you and your wife for the wonderful trip and opportunity to spend time at Seseganaga Lake.

This was my first trip to Seseganaga and what an experience.  My son will never forget this trip and the fun he had there.  Hundreds of Walleye were caught and glad to say released more.

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“Tip the guide”

Posted by on Monday, February 8, 2010 at 6:09 pm

I just got back from the Minneapolis All Canada Sport Show.

I brought my dad with me to help out in the booth and provide a little company.  Besides Karen and me, I don’t think there is anyone as passionate about our business as my dad. Maybe it’s because I’m his son, maybe it’s because he loves fishing, and maybe more.

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