Fly-in fly fishing

Posted by on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 10:05 am

When describing our business, there’s often confusion about the ‘fly’ part. We have seaplanes to ferry anglers to remote outpost cabins thus fly in. Fly fishing is a very small part of the angling opportunities we offer. Most of our guests jig or troll with great success for abundant northern and walleye in our outposts lakes. Occasionally we get some serious more.

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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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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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A great memory

Posted by on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 7:42 am

Marie managed to land a 45 inch northern on Metionga Lake   last week.  It appears as though she enjoyed the fight.  I think catching the biggest fish was also a thrill considering she was the only woman in the group. 


Hi Brad and Karen, I have attached some pictures from our trip. …the Northern I am holding was more.

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