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Spring Walleye Fishing

    Walleye are by far the most popular species found in our waters.  Many agree that they are the best tasting fish in the world.  How wonderful then that they are  fun to catch, easy to clean and can

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Our Pizza Oven

    Pizza.  Liz made it sound so magical, but she didn’t say pizza.    She said….fresh baked bread from an outdoor brick oven.  What was a brick oven? Back in the day I was a home schooler, taking my

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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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Walleye Fish Facts

Large female walleye lay approximately 26,000 eggs per pound of body weight. Less than 1 in 10,000 survive to adults under perfect conditions. A 21″ walleye produces on average of 100,000 eggs and is 10 years old. A 25″ walleye

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Big Fish of the year!

Last week we had a great bunch of fishermen in.  Walleye fishing has been tremendous with numerous 20″and up  fish being released.  The largest Walleye caught and released was 28 1/2″. Brian Walker was the luckiest fisherman in the bunch

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Fishing/Wedding Report

Well, how do I start something as important as this blog.  I’ll start with an apology for the tardiness in writing it. An historic event took place at Wabaskang Lake in July of this year.  A good friend who spent many

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