Master Anglers in Every Group

WN staffNow that’s the way to start the year. Despite the unusual weather, and the low water conditions – fishing is fabulous.
Like I said last week, our guests could make Guide Eli Baxter’s prediction of a record year come true.

Take Ogoki Lake for example. Jim Butcher and his gang spent five wild and crazy days out on the big 16,000 acre lake and came back with photos, stories, and a report that they ate all the walleye they could legally consume.

Wilderness North fly in fishingSteven Cagle’s 41 inch pike and Denny Davis’ 27 inch walleye proved that big storms and low water could not stop these great anglers from Michigan. We had the chance to visit on tape with both Steven and Denny who reveal the success formula and the story of the storm that blew them off the dock. Click here to listen their report.

So, here’s to a great season… we like master anglers and the count is now 4 Walleye and 9 Northern Pike.

I am at the base camp now to great our arriving guests… or you can e-mail me. I always love to chat about fishing –Joe Pichey

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