Planning Ahead

26 01 2016

We hope you all made it through the holidays safe and healthy.  Many of you are now planning for your spring and summer fishing trips and if Canada is your destination here are a couple of things  to think about.  Passport books or cards have been needed for a while now, its not a bad idea to check and see if they are current.  For the grandparents who are bringing there grandchildren, a note from there parents is sometimes asked for at the border crossing, having too much information is is better than having none.

There is still a restriction on bringing raw poultry including eggs into Canada.  You can follow updates at /travelers.  If you try to bring poultry you need to prove not only where it was bought but where the meat originated.  The states that are prohibited at the present time are Indiana, Missouri, and North Dakota.

Mixed reports on area fishing.  I have heard good and poor reports across the region but the amount of fishing that has been done so far seems to be much lower compared to recent years.  Weather and poor ice conditions have limited fishing to start the year.  Ice conditions are fair right now averaging 10 to 18 inches with slush on some lakes.  We could really use some snow, there is only about a foot on the ground.

The mild winter will definitely help our moose and deer herds at least it won’t hurt.  This is two mild winters in a row.  PCC has been planning on starting up our deer hunt again in the fall of 2017.  We will just have to wait and seen how many mature bucks are around.

Our May and June Dates are booked but there are some July and September dates available.  Shoot us an email or give us a call to talk about open dates and adventure opportunities.  We are still booking 2016 and 2017 wolf, bear, and moose hunts.






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