March 29 Words from the Wilderness — Wilderness North

Celebrating 30 Years of Wilderness North  –          

March 29 Words from the Wilderness

Alan & KristaHappy Easter everyone!
With the launch of our new website comes the launch of several new packages for our customers to enjoy. Our new packages are simply an acknowledgement of our guest’s different motivations and ideas of taking an ideal wilderness adventure at any one of our fine lodges or outposts. If there is anything we can do to improve the website and help with your trip planning process don’t hesitate to send me your comments or feedback…>

Tyler LancasterI’m sure most would agree that winter ends just in time. Especially for those who eagerly look forward to the open water season, a time to test out all the new lures and gadgets you’ve been stockpiling over the winter. Here are a few that I am looking forward to trying out in just a couple of short months:

Live Target Hollow Body Frog: sure to stir up some thrilling top water explosions.
Storm Live Kickin’ Shad:  Dragging one of these around in Wilderness North waters is a no brainer.
Rapala Scatter Rap: -an erratic acting lure that is sure to fire up even the most timid of fish…>

2013 line cook gradsIt’s hard to believe it’s almost April! As we are getting closer to the season, it’s time to start finalizing our menu for the upcoming year at the lodges. This week I am going to open up the floor to you, my fans 🙂 What would you like to see as a meal at one of our lodges? Do you like the standard home style cooked dinners like turkey, ribs, and steak or would you like to see something more adventurous?…>

newfie good fridayThis week, as the Easter long weekend approaches, I am taken back to a yearly tradition we celebrate on “the rock”. Most Newfoundlanders can’t wait to go back home to the rock for a good scoff of jigs washed down with some Blackhorse beer, or a couple shots of screech…hmmm. This year will be our 2nd annual Newfie Wanna-be Good Friday. I will keep you posted and include pictures…>

Graham SaundersThese present late winter/early spring conditions are more typical than last year’s remarkable record setting weather. The next weeks are likely to bring nearly seasonal temperatures and little precipitation –perhaps a few snow flurries in a day or two and then mainly sunny over the weekend and into next week. The warming trend looks likely to continue into early April, although weather as warm as mentioned above will probably wait until late April…>



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