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Going Fishing Friday?

Yeh!!!   Sleepy Dog Cabins has a You Tube channel.  We are so excited!!!! For our first, very own video we are pleased to introduce  Gracie Baron the super model as she engages in sport fishing. &nbsp      

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Walleye & Hockey

  This winter the North has been blessed with such incredible amounts of snow and cold.  Cold = Winter = Hockey for Canadians.  As a side note, Tom just recently treated me to my first NHL game – Leafs vs

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Nov 28, 2013

As the sun came up, we sat this morning with our coffee gazing out at the beautiful vista of Wabaskang Lake.  For our entertainment we watched two wolves cross from FishGut Island then over to the opposite shore and follow

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New boats, new motors

It was wonderful to take a new boat and motor for it’s maiden voyage on Wabaskang Lake.    We are soooo pleased to be able to offer guests this new equipment.  Here at Sleepy Dog Cabins we aim to please!

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Old Lure

Look what we found.  Any one know it’s name or origin?  We are sure this little vintage lure has a few  fishing stories to tell.  Dust off your old tackle box, see what you have.   And then come fishing.

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Straights sailing

Thinking of Sleepy Dog-Old man winter is upon us with more snow than we have had in a long time along with colder temperatures. Sometimes when the day has been long and our worries are many we sit and reminisce

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New Boats

Here are the Hartnet’s enjoying our new Crestliner Kodiak’s last summer.

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Outdoor Oven Building Workshop

We are so excited to offer another great Sleepy Dog Cabins workshop, OUTDOOR OVEN BUILDING   May 17- 20 2013 Our guest instructor Derek Lucchese from will lead you in building an outdoor oven in the style pioneered by Alan Scott.

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