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2022 Requirements for entry into Canada

January 5/2022 – We’d like to share a link with all our USA customers for arrival into Canada.  As of now, anyone entering Canada needs to have the following done before arrival at the border https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/covid-vaccinated-travellers-entering-canada Please keep checking back on this for up to date information.

Fully Vaccinated
negative Covid-19 molecular test (available at pharmacies) within 72 hours(3 days) of arrival at border
ArriveCan App must be filled out and shown at border when asked

2021 Border Closure Updates

We have been informed by the Canadian Government that the border closure between Canada and the USA has been extended to July 21/2021. We have rebooked our spring fishing guests to 2022. We will be in touch with guests going forward to change dates if need be. Going forward, the government has made it sound… Continue Reading

2021 Fly-in Fishing Season

We are looking forward to a great 2021 fishing season.  Over the summer we’ve done some repairs and painting at the outposts.   We actually had some time this summer to do a little fishing, which we haven’t done in a long time.  Greg went out last week and the walleyes were up shallow.  Continue Reading

2020 Fishing amidst Covid-19

To our Valued Guests; This year has not started out too well with the onset of the coronavirus however We are lucky with the area we are in, as we have no cases of covid-19 near us. We are planning for a fishing season this year, and are constantly in contact with border officials and… Continue Reading

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