Catch and Consume Policy:

Posted by on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 8:13 am


At Ignace Outposts we are leaders in conservation practices. We insist our guests kill only those fish they are going to eat and limit eating fish to the smaller tastier ones. It is our policy to live release ALL large fish. Walleye over 22”, northern over 27”, bass over 18” and trout over 24” must be released. We ask more.

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Flindt in the rain

Posted by on Friday, July 17, 2009 at 8:17 am

We haven’t had much for summer weather yet and we are already half way through July. Temps remain below normal and rain gear sales are likely high at the sports stores.

The walleye don’t mind a little water. It seems to be their preferred environment. We however have to dress for the weather. Fishing reports remain great on all more.

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Seseganaga Memory

Posted by on Monday, May 11, 2009 at 4:10 pm

Our 2009 season is beginning I am finding out I am not the only one thinking fishing. 

As we train pilots and other staff for the summer, fishing is also on my mind.  Today as I was getting boats ready and a cabin cleaned at Irene Lake, I was bemoaning the fact I didn’t have my fishing rod with more.

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Catch, Photo, Release – CPR for your fish

Posted by on Saturday, May 3, 2008 at 10:13 am

photo by Jim Pierce on Gamble Lake

With summer approaching and fishing season only days away, I want to give a few pointers on photographing and live releasing your trophy fish at Ignace Outposts. Of course, we encourage you to enjoy the bounty of our lakes by having fresh fish for lunch or dinner while on the more.

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