Everything is Looking up! — Wilderness North

Celebrating 30 Years of Wilderness North  –          

Everything is Looking up!

Alan Cheeseman and a WN OtterWe are off and rolling for 2010. All five lodges are open. All of our remote cabins are open. All three float planes are in service. Scores of guests are in the wilderness. Our Master Angler list grows by the day. Our very low lake and stream levels are rising. The weather is improving. Oh oh…What can possibly go wrong?  Ever have that feeling that things are just going too darn good?

Wilderness North resource staffToday we want to salute two persons who create the reasons things ARE going well. Marg and Bill Carroll. They are starting their fifth year with us at Striker’s Point Lodge – as managers – and from the first day they arrived the improvements have just kept coming.They live out in Roddickton, Newfoundland from November through April, and it was there they heard about Wilderness North from other employees of our company who also live “on the rock”. That was 2006 – and they have made Ontario their summer home ever since. We value their dedication and hard work.

Wilderness North fly in fishingLast week, we heard excellent comments about Striker’s Point Lodge from Jim Moran. Jim is the publisher of Badger Sportsman, and took his first American Plan Trip to Ontario at Striker’s Point. Jim is an experienced walleye angler and shared his thoughts with us in the first of two podcasts this week that we call: “First Timers”.Click here to listen to Jim Moran’s comments.

The second podcast introduces two brothers who visited Ontario’s wilderness for walleye angling for the first time… and how they became Master Anglers on their first cast, all while fishing with Bill Carroll’s nephew, Bernard Carroll, on the Albany River out of Makokibatan LodgeClick here to listen to their story.

I always value hearing from you, and answering your questions, so drop me an e-mail by clicking here. –Alan

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