A Little Bit About Them Walleyes

April 2, 2021

According to the DNR, it generally takes three to four years for a walleye to grow to 14 inches in length (minimum length) and six to eight years for a walleye to reach 22 inches in length. A typical walleye can live 15 years and reach 20 lbs. We have ..

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Don’t forget to bring Landing Net!

March 5, 2021

There are several reasons to use a landing net. First of all, a net allows an angler to get the fish in the boat quicker. As long as that fish is in the water, it has a chance to throw the hook. The sooner you can get the fish in ..

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All About That Bass

February 5, 2021

Who doesn’t love the thrill of a fish biting and while you reel it in the fight, the jumps, the splash! This is why so many people love to bass fish. Smallmouth’s love clear rocky lakes, shoreline, offshore shoals, and deep water. Think similar to trout habitat but with a ..

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Successful Hunting Season

January 8, 2021

Our fall is typically busy with cabin fixes, the cleaning, and closing of the outposts which can interfere with bird hunting opener. As you all may know I am a big grouse fan. I don’t care as much about shooting grouse as I am about experiencing being out in the ..

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Nestor Falls Fly-In Newsletter 2020 Bush Report

December 22, 2020

Down load the Nestor Falls Fly-In Bush Report here  

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Moose Facts

November 13, 2020

Moose are a common sight at our Outposts. But Dave and I experienced watching a Bull swim the narrows this fall right here at the base. This is only the second moose that I have seen in our little bay on Pine Lake in 43 years living here.  A male ..

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Journal Entry From O

October 9, 2020

This season was like no other season. It has been a hard summer for many different reasons but the hardest is not seeing our customers’ faces and hearing about their experiences up north. This slower season I have taken the time to sit down to read some of the journals ..

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September 25, 2020

Recently Dave and I visited his brother Ray and wife Linda at the trappers cabin. As I was laying in bed that evening listening to the symphony of the frogs, crickets and loons chiming in on the chorus I could feel the stress of uncertainty washing away.  It had been ..

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