2017

15 01 2017

 

We hope everyone is having a good start to 2017.  We wanted to let you know that we have been having problems with our phone.  For the time being if you can’t get through or get a busy signal please shoot us an email.  It seems the problem is only from some parts of the US.

Winter has pretty much settled in, cold and snow is surly the theme.  Trout season opened on January 1st and the first week of season was action packed for most.  35 to 50 feet of water with the old standard white tube jig seemed to be the ticket.  Mixed reports for walleye and crappie thus far this year.  Fisherman north of us struggled a bit on some normally excellent winter hot spots and some friends have been putting fish on the ice in the Dryden area.  Ice conditions vary along with slush conditions.  High water levels this past fall again will make some of those creek passages a bit iffy.  I have not heard of any excellent crappie reports but the season is definitely early.

Our Spring bookings are solid but we do have a cabin avaiable the week of June 24th.  We will keep you informed of any cancelations .  If you are looking for something to do in 2017 Dave will be guiding a spring bear hunt, and will also be guiding mid-summer and fall musky trips.  We are also expanding our wolf hunt by a couple of hunters so if anyone is interested let us know.  We have a couple of spots avaiable in March of 2018.  For those of you who like to bird hunt you should really think about a fall grouse/fishing trip.  Season starts the 15th of September.  It is a great time of year to be in NW Ontario.

 

 

A buddy of ours was trying to make us a bit jealous with an openning day lake trout.

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Little Update

2 01 2015

Talked with a few buddies today who have been walleye and trout fishing.  Although walleye are still being caught it seems the bite has slowed a bit from first ice action.  Trout season just opened back up yesterday and fisherman caught their fish but action wasn’t necessarily fast.  Pretty typical bite for this time of year and remember we have had good ice since the end of November.   I am sure an arctic cold front is playing a part in this weekends action.  More updates as they come in.

Colin Watson from Little Canada Camp in Ear Falls cashed a group tag in on the last day of moose season.  For those of you who got burnt by ice last spring, keep Little Canada in mind, the English River is always open in May.

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