January is back to the grind time for us at Ignace Outposts . We’ve had a nice break through the holidays visiting kids and spending time with the grandkids. Now it is time to focus on 2010. We head off to sport shows in a few days. We’ve picked some great shows to attend. We encourage you to stop by one of ...read more.
Those who have followed our adventures here in Ignace for a while, know that we get rather excited when the ice goes out in the spring. Six months of hard water is enough. But, ironically enough we also look forward to ice in. The lake froze over last night. This is about 2 to 3 weeks later than ...read more.
Our season is over for 2009. We have not been idle however. We are already working on 2010. 2010 will be our 25th year running this fine fishing and hunting business. We are looking forward to this milestone. Many look to 25 years to retire but we are having too much fun.
Over the last few weeks I’ve been in ...read more.
Yesterday we finished our 2009 season. On Sunday we pulled out our last moose hunters and shut down the last of the camps. On Monday we ferried the Otter and Beaver to Nestor Falls for their winter maintenance. Today we catch our breath and say good bye to Rob who flew the Cessna and Beaver for us this summer.
A ...read more.
Last week, basically the last several weeks since the beginning of Sept, we’ve had beautiful weather. That ended yesterday. We had a large low pressure system go by which caused high winds and lots of rain.A cold front has followed. The temperatures have dropped to freezing and at the moment we are waiting for the ice to melt off the ...read more.
The amazing thing about fishing in our area is that not only is the fishing great but the catching is awesome too.
Neil and I managed a few hours on the lake between fall close-up jobs. No sense in being on one of the best walleye lakes in the country and not inviting a ...read more.
Early morning flights when the air is cool and the water is warm produce some amazing vistas.
Sometimes I almost have to pinch myself and remind myself that I do this for a living.read more.
A few weeks ago we tore down the ugly old garage/shed/moose cooler in the middle of our yard. Yesterday we moved into its place a garage in which to store camp supplies etc. It looks good and tidies up the yard greatly.