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WRONG! I learned a very valuable lesson 2 years ago while shooting a tv show at Miminiska lodge – specifically, fly fishing for walleye. I have had varied success fishing walleye on fly and entered this episode with skepticism – a lot of skepticism. Why? Simply because my previous experience fishing walleye on fly was work! A lot of work! And slow – watching paint dry kind of slow. A lot of time invested for meager success. On the phone with our host, Krista, she told me about “the honey hole.” What she doesn’t know is as soon as she...

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It really doesn’t matter if the sun is out or not, whenever an angler leaves the dock, steps on the beach, pulls up to the pier, they should most definitely have their sunglasses on. Proper sunglasses for anglers up your game significantly and believe it or not, will help you catch a LOT more fish. Sunglasses – yes sunglasses are a vital piece of equipment that should be in every anglers tackle box, scratch that, should be on ever anglers face – always.  Why?  Primarily, they protect your eyes from a number of things. Certain light spectrums have the ability...

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We had an interesting experience this summer fishing out of Miminiska Lodge on the Albany River. I was guiding three gentlemen, one from England and two from Norway. They were at Mim to shoot video and write articles about the fantastic fishery surrounding the lodge. Brook Trout, Northern Pike and Walleye were the order of the week. One gentleman was fishing conventional, one on fly and the third was the cameraman. I was concerned because of the time of year they chose to fish. It was August and it was HOT and Mim was seeing water levels lower than seen...

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At Wilderness North, there are literally walleye everywhere! They are thick as thieves in rivers, bays, on deep water structure and the like. They are a wonderful species to experiment with respect to tackle presentations as their numbers allow for a reduced variable factor. For example, if you want to experiment with different colors of crank baits, there are enough walleye in the system that you can get a real indication as to the populations reaction to certain colors because you KNOW there are fish there versus some other lakes where you are hunting for fish all over and maybe...

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