A couple of days ago I wrote about a walleye pigging out on a burbot and then taking a jig as well. This northern decided he wanted lunch more than the fisherman. Northern don’t fish for sport so we see this type of action often. It is a thrill to be bringing up a nice walleye and then all of ...read more.
This walleye took a temping jig, while he still had not finished his last meal. The walleye at Ignace Outposts are voracious. It is hard to believe that having a partly digested burbot (ling) still hanging out of his mouth is not enough for lunch.
We often see Northern Pike with suckers or walleye from their last ...read more.
Metionga Lake keeps offering up these whopper walleye. The numbers of walleye are nothing to ignore either. Of course big fish like these are put back and smaller ones are kept to eat.
Adrian Brusky will attest to the walleye fishing on Metionga Lake. Try it yourself....read more.
Phil and Andy sent the following note.
“We caught several 25” walleyes this year. Not extreme monsters but always a nice tussle on the end of your line.”
Having the odd large northern latch on to your line makes a good fight too. I think their smiles say it all. They spent a week on ...read more.
Irene Lake is one of these lakes that feature multiple species. Of course walleye are great for shore lunch while nothing fights like a small mouth.read more.
Joey our dock hand (fishing fanatic) knows how to get the big ones.
It is nice to know there are still some great fish in the lakes. Give Ignace Outposts a try. Not everyone will catch a trophy like this but you will catch fish and have a great time doing it. Rest assured, the fish are ...read more.
Joey, our dock hand this summer, found a few moments to fish with his wife this past week. Without revealing his “super secret spot” (locals are like that), here is a glimpse of a double header they caught. Our pilot Rob took the picture and verifies the awesome fish.
Pete and Josh Elftman make an annual trek to Metionga Lake. By the photos it appears Pete goes for the trophies while Josh provides dinner.
What ever the break down of duties, this father and son pair know how to have fun....read more.