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The northerns are biting!
Twins! These moose are too cute.
Kashabowie Outposts gives you picture perfect fly-in fishing trips at exclusive private access lakes. Their lakes are so remote that the only sounds you’ll ever hear are the birds and the sound of the water lapping at your boat. (via The Best Smallmouth Bass Habitat for Trophy Bass Fishing)
Northern pike fishing at Knobby’s Fly-in Camps. (via The Trophy Room)
Choke Cherry Waxwing (by Jeff Dyck)
Wow, I’d love to kayak around this place. I may have to book a kayak trip this year.
Cool shot of an Ontario muskie. (via Ontario Muskie Fishing)
Not much has changed since 1964. Still beautiful.
Lake of The Woods, Ontario, August 1964
Great smallmouth bass from Pine Sunset Lodge. (via Ontario Smallmouth Bass Fishing)
Tom Thomson was an expert outdoorsman & angler.
Tom Thomson Fishing in Ontario
Ontario artist Thomson influenced a group of Canadian painters that would come to be known as the Group of Seven and was a expert outdoorsman and angler. He disappeared during a canoeing trip on Canoe Lake in Algonquin Park in 1917 and his body was discovered in the lake eight days later. While the official cause of death was accidental drowning, many still feel he was murdered.
Source: Archives of Ontario