Amber reds, warm yellows, and oranges as brilliant as a nighttime campfire – there are few places with fall colours as memorable as Lake Superior Provincial Park.
Here are five other reasons why we think Lake Superior is a top northern park to visit this autumn:
Continue reading 5 reasons to visit Lake Superior Provincial Park this fall
The air gets nippy, the leaves start to change, and keen anglers start packing up their gear for a northern escape.
Itching for some fall fishing in northeastern Ontario? Add these seven parks to your list:
Continue reading Fall fishing in northeastern Ontario
Fishing is an iconic Canadian pastime. There’s nothing like spending the day by the water with your friends and family, casting a line and enjoying the great outdoors.
But did you know you can get more than a killer catch from a day of fishing? Fishing actually has benefits for your physical and mental health.
Here are a few ways fishing can improve your overall well-being.
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In today’s post, year-round multispecies angler and writer Ashley Rae of SheLovesToFish.com recounts a killer 2018 trip.
There’s nothing I love more than venturing off on a road trip to somewhere new.
This week’s adventure began at my home in Ottawa. Eric and I loaded up our truck and headed off to Windy Lake Provincial Park.
Continue reading A Lake Trout to remember on Windy Lake
Today’s post comes from Mitch Kostecki, Assistant Superintendent at White Lake Provincial Park.
If you have ever visited Neys Provincial Park, you know that it’s a gem found along the northern shore of Lake Superior.
Neys is known for its beautiful scenery along Superior’s rugged coastline, home to Lawren Harris’ famous painting “Pic Island,” and even has a history of being one of several POW camps located throughout northwestern Ontario during World War II.
What Neys isn’t quite as well known for? The excellent fishing opportunities found along that same rugged coastline.
Continue reading Studying Coaster Brook Trout at Neys Provincial Park
Today’s post comes from Emily Wright, a Discovery Leader at Grundy Lake Provincial Park. The park’s campground is surrounded by three crystal-clear lakes, and that rich biodiversity inspired Emily to take us on an aquatic tour of Ontario’s lakes and some of the complex life cycles contained within, from hard-working microbe clean-up crews to feisty Small-mouth Bass.
Cannonballing into a refreshing lake, casting a line hoping for the “big one,” dipping your paddle into serene waters, or simply enjoying the shifting lights dancing across the water’s surface on a sunny day…
Lakes offer us a plethora of enjoyment, both invigorating as you take a brisk swim, or peaceful and relaxing as you watch a sunset turn the waters from blue-green to wine red.
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Did you know there are parks along Lake Superior’s eastern shore with great salmon fishing? Park staff who fish Superior’s north shore recommend two in particular: Pancake Bay and Lake Superior Provincial Parks. These parks are just forty minutes apart on the northeastern shore between Sault Ste. Marie and Wawa off Highway 17 (aka the Trans Canada Highway).
Continue reading September salmon fishing on Lake Superior
Today’s post comes from James Burns, a conservation officer, and former Quetico Provincial Park interior ranger from 2000-2013.
If I thought more people were going to read this article, I’d almost feel guilty, for a gentleman should not kiss and tell; or in this case, catch and tell. Thankfully I’m no gentleman!
Before anyone gets excited, I’m not talking romance today (though, personally, I find a five-pound small-mouth pretty darn sexy, and I know quite a few other Quetico fisher persons who feel the same way!).
Continue reading Quetico bassin’: the fall feedbag advantage
Paddling into the wilderness, fishing from a canoe and then going back to camp to enjoy a backcountry fish fry is a special experience.
If you’re up for a trip like this, check out our recommendations for the best backcountry fishing destinations in our northern parks. Continue reading Top 6 parks for canoe fishing in northern Ontario
At the first sign of frost, we often pack away our rods and reels, letting our fishing drive drift into daydreams until spring.
But what if we could reel in the dream catch during the sunniest and briskest days of the year?
With licence-free Family Fishing Weekend around the corner, we’re sharing our top tips about the season’s hottest — or should we say — coldest pastime — ice fishing!
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