Beginner’s luck?

Posted by on Friday, May 29, 2015 at 7:08 am


“We just landed at camp and we figured we’d get our lines wet and put a few fish in the boat at the lower falls by Metionga camp.  At this point, Jake is somewhat new to open water fishing so he and I were going over a few basics on the gear and how to feel the lures, more.

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Passing the Torch

Posted by on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 12:46 pm

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 more.

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The Bat House

Posted by on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 7:00 am

This original Metionga Lake cabin was not named after the caped crusader.  It actually had a fair population of bats.  I understand they did keep the mosquito population under control but it was quite the trade off.   You would have to be sure to sleep with either a fly swatter or a tennis racket within reach.

In the 90’s the more.

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Dressed for success

Posted by on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 7:00 am

We can honestly say we don’t hire our staff for their fashion sense.  In fact I think we have had some very colorful people working for us over the years.

1987 seseganaga Fern

On the right is Fern our Seseganaga Lake camp attendant in 1987.  He was also our attendant at more.

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“Thanks for a great trip!”

Posted by on Monday, June 24, 2013 at 12:50 pm

“I thought you might like a pic of a 41 in. northern that Pete  caught June 20,21013 on Metionga Lake.”   Bud

41 in

Bud and Pete caught and released some nice walleye as well as northern on Metionga Lake last week.  They are already booked for the same week next year. more.
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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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Why sit at home?

Posted by on Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 3:49 pm

In the US it is Memorial Day weekend.  In Canada our May holiday weekend was last weekend.  It is officially called Victoria Day in Canada celebrating the Queen’s birthday, I understand, but since falls on the third weekend in May and that usually is near May 24 and there are 24 beer in a case… it is now somehow referred 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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