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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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Why do we fish? For many, fishing is a form of recreation. For some, fishing is a source of sustenance. For few, fishing is a source of income. For everyone, fishing is fun! An opportunity to get outside and see what lurks beneath. For those who choose to recreate and experience fishing as a sport, there are few things in the sport of fishing that beat the fight between angler and animal. Going toe to toe with a worthy adversary that tests your ability, tests its own intestinal fortitude and puts your equipment to the ultimate test is the rush...

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Picture this: You step out of your cabin, mist slowly rising off the glass calm lake. A loon cries, hot coffee in one hand and your fishing rods in the other. You step in your boat and leave swath of shattered water behind as you smoothly arrive at your first spot. You come off step and watch the bow rise, then fall back toward the water surface. Your waves make their way toward the shore, breaking up the perfect reflection of trees, sky and rock with their distorting ripple. As the waves move away, they reveal the tips of a...

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