Published in Fishing
If you're a muskie angler wanting to soar like an eagle, this is the year to do it across Northern Ontario, where for some strange and inexplicable reason the muskie fishing is on fire.  How hot is it, you ask?  Well, Kenora buddy John Monteith, who runs Fish Hunter's Guide Service on Lake of the Woods and who, ironically, doesn't focus on muskies can't keep the big toothy critters off the ends of his guests'…
Contest Winners to Experience Ontario’s Great Outdoors During the first week in August 2015, four lucky travellers will experience Ontario’s dynamic North. The Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (OTMPC) is pleased to announce Doug Temoin from Delta, British Columbia as the winner of The Great Canadian Boreal Forest Adventure contest with renowned bushcraft expert and popular British TV personality, Ray Mears. Doug Temoin and his son-in-law, Levon Young, will also be joined by two other…
Why Visit Northern Ontario: 500,000 square kilometers of nature are waiting to be explored—that’s an area twice the size of California. Parks Canada created the Heritage Hide'n'Seek GeoTour for visitors to discover people, places, and events of national significance in Northern Ontario. Photo Credit: © Parks Canada Best time of year to visit:   August and September when the days are still warm and the nights cool. The fall foliage starts to change in mid-…
Published in Algoma Country
Sang and I had been swinging for steelhead for days now in the Rapids and we were getting some great numbers and also some beautiful big fish, but for some reason we were not satisfied. It seems that there is this point that I get to when steelhead season is coming to an end and I subconsciously start looking for something to fill that void, or maybe it is just the fact that I am…
There’s no doubt that this week has been Hot. I’m giving the word a capital H because this weather deserves a bit of recognition and respect; it certainly has put us in our place while asking for zero forgiveness. I say this as I sit in my non-air conditioned office, with sweat dripping off my face and a fan on full tilt. The last thing on my mind is hammering out a blog article, but…
According to my GPS, the average travel time from the Toronto area to Manitoulin Island is about six hours–quite an ordinary duration by Ontario standards. So why is it that every time I set Manitoulin as my destination I feel as if I'm setting off on a grand adventure? Perhaps it’s because getting to this hidden gem of Northeastern Ontario takes a bit of effort. There are two and only two ways to get there…
Whitewater Lake is a paddler’s dream come true. This adventure starts with an overnight stay in Armstrong Station followed by an exciting float plane flight to Whitewater Lodge in Wabakimi Provincial Park.  Spend your days exploring the fish-rich waters by canoe and wildlife viewing in the boreal forest. Each evening return to your cabin for a good night sleep. There is plenty of something and nothing to do for everyone. Adventure Provider: Wilderness North Trip…
Adventure Provider: French River Adventures Trip Type: 3-day “Kraft Dinner No More” Canoe Getaway Length: 3 days When: June to October 2015 Trip Fee: $329 plus HST (based on double occupancy) Trip Rendezvous: The Lodge at Pine Cove, near Noelville This getaway at the luxurious Lodge at Pine Cove combines topnotch flat-water and white-water (optional) paddling on a Canadian Heritage River with a good night sleep in a comfortable bed and delicious gourmet meals. Each morning…
Editor's Note: Fifty Years of Kicks is one of the greatest motorcycle documentaries ever (and it's free to watch online). Dallas Shannon, the director of the original, is currently raising money for the sequel—read on to find out about the amazing concept for this documentary and how you can help get it made! Like all worthwhile projects, all you need is not enough time and not enough money and everything will work out fine. When we…
Editor’s Note: This is the first of two articles about Kevin’s voyage to the Great Canadian Kayak Challenge – stay tuned for Part Two! I jumped the gun a bit when the tourism gang from the Timmins region invited me up to participate in the Great Canadian Kayak Challenge. I agreed to race; basically because I love the Timmins area. Problem is, I’m a canoeist, not a kayaker. I also don’t have much of a…
     
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