December 30, 2012

2013 Walleye Limits Reduced on Lake Nipissing

For 2013, the Walleye catch limits for a Sports License will be limited to 2 and the catch limits for a Conservation License will be limited to 1 on Lake Nipissing.

"In 2012, the Ministry of Natural Resources completed a scientific review of long-term fisheries data from Lake Nipissing. The review suggested that there is a marked drop in the walleye numbers, particularly of spawning walleye. The data also showed that fishing is the primary factor in the decline of the walleye population in Lake Nipissing." source:

You can download and read more about the new regulation HERE.

December 24, 2012

Kanipahow's Opening Week Special

Kanipahow Wilderness Resort is offering an Opening Week Special. Book your trip before December 31, 2012 and save 20% on your fishing trip the week of May 18 to the 25th, 2013.

I don't see anything on their website about this special, but I just received their email flyer. So let Lloyd and Diana know that you heard about it here and you're want to take advantage of the special.

Here's the language from the flyer:
Are you Planning, a Fishing or Hunting Vacation for this up coming year?
Then why not consider a trip to Kanipahow Wilderness Resort 
Owner operators Lloyd & Diana Cotton
Website  Email Phone 1-888-643-6678  
2013 Opening week special book before December 31/12 and save 20%
May 18 to the 25 2013
Special is for at our main base location and is based on a minimum party size of 4 people 

December 18, 2012

Ontario 2013 Fishing Regulations

The 2013 Ontario Fishing Regulations will be available by January 1, 2013. I'll keep you posted here when they're up on the MNR website.

In the meantime, you can view and download the 2013 Fishing Regulation Changes and take a quick peek at what's new in your favorite fishing zone.

December 12, 2012

Wilderness Camps

Okay. I'm going to share with you one of my favorite websites. Shhhhhhh. It's a secret.

Randy Russell has some of the best Wilderness Camps listed for sale.

They are usually not the most elaborate camps, but they are in some of the great hidden fishing spots of Northern Ontario.

Take a peek and keep it under your fishing hat, will ya?

This man obviously LOVES his work.