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Lake Ontario and Lake Erie fishing

Lake Ontario and Lake Erie fishing

Beagle Charters is a full time, professional guide service on Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, available 7 days a week, April through September, from Point Breeze, New York. Hook up with big, hard fighting trophy King Salmon, Steelhead Trout, Lake Trout, and Brown Trout, that reach up to 40 pounds, on Lake Ontario. These fish […]

Pine Island Lodge

Pine Island Lodge

One of the many advantages of Pine Island Lodge (PIL) is its accessibility. Anglers fly to Winnipeg, Manitoba, are met at the airport and driven by van to Pointe du Bois: From there, it’s one-half hour by boat to camp (a most scenic and enjoyable by the way). No overnights. Quick and easy. PIL is […]

Mike Lazarus Muskie Guides

Mike Lazarus Muskie Guides

Qubec Canada he makes trophy muskie fishing look so easy! To most muskie fishermen, catching a 50-inch fish represents a lifetime ambition; only a handful ever attain this goal. In one year Mike Lazarus boated and released 29 muskies that were 50 inches or longer! Very few fishermen have ever seen muskies of over 40 […]

Brabant Lodge

Brabant Lodge

one of Canada’s six best pike lakes! The Mackenzie River, near Great Slave Lake, has long been considered “one of Canada’s six best waters for northern pike fishing.” Brabant Lodge, strategically located on the Mackenzie, takes full advantage of numerous great pike fishing areas. Northern pike in the eight- to 12-pound class are typical, and […]

Club Beauchêne

Club Beauchêne

possibly the world’s largest smallmouth bass Pound for pound, the smallmouth bass is the gamest freshwater species–so claimed Dr. Henshall. Despite its many attractive qualities, the world of the smallmouth is dwindling, and locating quality Canadian bass water is getting to be a difficult proposition. Situated just across the Ontario border in western Quebec, the […]

Little Churchill Lodge

Little Churchill Lodge

Waters of giant pike and golden walleyes Light tackle fishing for northern pike is gaining popularity rapidly among freshwater anglers. The pike has a lot going for it. It can grow to over 20 pounds, it’s aggressive, will hit surface lures and in the cool waters of northern Canada it’s an excellent fighter and leaper. […]

Cooper’s Minipi Camps Canada

Cooper’s Minipi Camps Canada

possibly the world’s best brook trout waters Though his passion for Atlantic salmon is well documented, many anglers don’t realize that the late Lee Wulff was responsible for discovering and developing what is probably the world’s finest brook trout fishery: the Minipi watershed of Labrador. Lee spent many weeks exploring what was then, and still […]

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