Author Archives: kim

Canada Fly-in Fishing Trip 2019

Are you thinking of booking a Canada fly-in fishing trip for 2019?  We have some great dates available at each of our fly-in outpost but dates are filling so if you have a specific date you should contact us soon so you get the date you want. Continue Reading

August fishing

It seems, with August fishing underway, that the walleyes seem to be a lot deeper than normal.  A couple of our lakes they are hanging in around 20 feet of water or deeper.  Bass are in amongst the cabbage weed beds and pike are shallower but in the weeds too. Continue Reading

Early June dates in Brown Bear lake outpost

We have available a couple of early June dates for Brown Bear lake.  This is a great time of year for smallmouth bass fishing.  Dates are Saturday June 2nd to Thursday June 7th or Thursday June 7th to Tuesday June 12th.  Call or email if you are interested. This cabin sleeps up to 12 people.  Continue Reading

2018 Sports Shows

If you are looking to get hold of one of our brochures and are attending shows in St. Charles IL, Schaumburg IL, Madison WI, Fargo ND or Minneapolis MN, they will be at the Sunset Country sports booth.  Greg and I are unable to attend these shows.  If you have any questions regarding a trip… Continue Reading

Winter has arrived!

Winter is definitely upon us.  We’ve got 6 inches of snow on the ground with more coming.  Pickerel lake is still not frozen.  Its still pretty warm so don’t expect it to freeze until late November.  Fishing season went great this year.  I am still waiting for some guests to send in their photos to… Continue Reading

August Ontario Bass Fishing

Its August and the Ontario bass fishing has been great, finding the bass in about 12 feet of water in the weeds.  Its been really warm and lots of calm days with not a ripple on the water and we’ve found the smallmouth bass to be hiding in the shade of the tall cabbage weeds… Continue Reading

Walleye Fishing – Brown Bear lake

It seems the walleye fishing has been going strong for the first part of July.  They have been is shallower water than we would have expected.  Leeches have been working awesome for the walleyes and as for smallmouth bass, anything topwater has been on fire as the bass have been gorging on the “Mayfly” hatch Continue Reading