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Jeff Evans

Maybe, just maybe, spring is on the way… A couple of rainy days last week and a warming forecast are starting to put a good dent in all of the snow we have in northern Wisconsin. Truthfully, it’s a sloppy mess right now on most of our lakes. Once the slush settles though, we may [Read more…]

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Hawk Lake TIle


When it comes to drive-to lake trout fisheries, Manitoba’s Northern Region could arguably be the most convenient choice for a mega lake trout bite. Home to Kenanow Lodge, Kississing Lake has enjoyed a popular status for its resident lakers, offering visiting anglers multi-season hook ups with their monstrous, dark-back and orange-finned eating machines. But it [Read more…]

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Bucktail Jig


Finding the perfect family fishing vacation in Canada is something that a lot of anglers, fishing families and curious travels annually seek. Shining Falls Lodge, located in the Eastern Region of Manitoba, is a convenient fly-in fishing destination that caters to families and individuals looking to spend some quality time on the water and in [Read more…]

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Snow is piling up, ice is getting thicker, and we’re settling into a good “Old Fashioned” Wisconsin winter. As February sets in, there’s no lack of ice fishing opportunities right now. From the Apostle Islands, to the St. Louis River, to the Hayward area lakes, there aren’t many places you can’t drill a hole. You [Read more…]

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Donovan Pearase

The bite on Lake Winnipeg has been very slow. You need to drill a bunch of holes, spread out and use mobility to get numbers of fish right now. This has become especially difficult with the extreme cold conditions we have been experiencing throughout our region.   Some areas of Lake Winnipeg have better numbers [Read more…]

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Lake Winnebago

January on Lake Winnebago has been a story of polar opposites. An unseasonably warm start to the month left the lake with large pockets of open water and very inconsistent ice, where formed. As we head into the final week of January, the coldest air temperatures of the century are forecasted. A significant snowfall impacted [Read more…]

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Aquatic Invasive Species


A fly-in fishing trip to the remote regions of Canada is easily one of the most fascinating angling experiences available. This is especially true for adventurous anglers who actively seek the temptations of genuine wilderness, untamed waters, big fish and tailored service.   Laurie River Lodge is one of those destinations that provides an authentic [Read more…]

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