Less than 100 Days - Wilderness North

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Less than 100 Days

Alan Cheeseman… until our first guests fly in to officially start the 2012 season. And there could be 90 days of winter ahead. While there is good snow cover up north …we have NOT had the snow fall we are accustomed to here at our Thunder Bay headquarters, hanger, and trip planning center.  However, we have had some very cold days…and the lakes are frozen very deep. We have not completely given up on Winter 2012.

The Moose Hunt:
Again in 2012, we are cooperating with the Ontario MNR wildlife conservation program to control populations of healthy moose. To that end we will be offering moose hunt trips to many of our camps and lodges. We have the tags, and Scott Earl Smith of Thunder Bay is serving as our resident hunt specialist. The hunt lasts from about September 20th to October 10th.

We offer seven night/eight day trips. If you are interested in receiving more information and become part of a special Wilderness North moose hunters newsletter and information group, click here and leave us your request.

Fly In Fishing Trips:
Our 2012 reservations are on pace for our May 20th to September 20th season…and there is no better time for you to contact our Adventure Trip Planners  to insure that your dates and destinations are still open.

Feature Destination:
In the next few weeks, we will be featuring one adventure destination per newsletter to give readers more detailed information about an adventure to this selected location. Of course you can always click on the links to the left to go to our website and see what’s in store at any and all of our destinations.

SO:(drum roll please)… this week it is Ogoki Lake.

Ogoki Lodge from the airThe Ogoki Lake is about 100 miles north and east of Armstrong, Ontario. Our three outpost cabins open up 16,000 acres of water with reedy bays, rocky reefs and plenty of islands for outstanding fishing. Regardless of which cabin you select, anglers find the fishing is remarkable. You may reel in a 45-inch plus Northern Pike and full stringers of fat Walleyes! Parties of four to eight guests can easily fish this area and never see another person. Some say it’s the best fishery in northwestern Ontario, including North Carolina’s Henry Lewer who has been a guest at Ogoki lake for over 20 years.Click here to listen to a podcast chat with Henry.

I always enjoy hearing from you, send me an e-mail if you like.

Alan Cheeseman

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