A Canadian Tradition

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September 28th, 2016
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When it comes to winter traditions and who we are as Canadians, ice fishing is part of our culture especially in Northwestern Ontario.

Ice fishing is a different game than fishing from a boat. You can’t venture around a lake hitting different depths and structures. It’s about setting up shop in one area and patiently waiting.

There is something about the experience of choosing your spot on the lake, drilling your holes, patiently waiting, and watching your line in anticipation of it dropping. FISH ON! The adrenaline rushes through your body as you race to your line and begin to reel up a beautiful freshwater fish that you didn’t think was even possible bringing through a 6 inch hole in the ice.

Interested?

Pasha Lake Cabins, Northwood Lodging, Lake Nipigon Charters and 7 Lakes Wilderness Camps are guiding services and resort operators that are providing this authentic, best of the best, Canadian experience in Greenstone. Let the professionals who know the lakes and hot spots take you to the fish. All you have to do is, reel it in!

For more information on all outdoor winter experiences in Greenstone please visit our website or follow us on Facebook