Ontario Fishing Report - Wilderness North

Celebrating 30 Years of Wilderness North  –          

Ontario Fishing Report

Alan Cheeseman and a WN OtterA number of guests have now had their opening week adventures -and returned with stories of weather from “winter like” to full summer. Now, about those fisheries? … again all we can say is WOW. Over a half dozen trophy Walleye up on the Albany River at our Makokibatan Lodge. Even a 22 inch Brookie. Trophy Pike at Striker’s Point Lodge on Whitewater Lake, and on the Ogoki Reserviour out of Mojikit Channel, and in ZigZag Lake. Post spawn patterns mostly on the Walleye, but full bang bang bang attacks from the Pike.  Lake levels are at normal pool…and we are off and running for a great 2011 fishing season in Ontario.

My Featured Destination of the week: 
Mojikit Channel Camp, a cluster of clean, modern cabins, with Boyce and Alma Randell as Camp Managers. Opening week welcomed Dr. Marty Guinta and his group of eight to camp, and our first official Master Angler Pike caught and released. Listen to Marty’s podcast about the adventure here.

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