Hello Anglers & Hunters, Our 2009 season has come to an end at Woman River Camp. Another year with great people enjoying their vacation with us and the great outdoors! Back to back years with some whacky weather. We were shovelling 10 inches of snow out of boats opening day and it snowed… Read more »
The recent cold front which has been hanging around for a week now has made some really good ice! We have 6 inches and counting. Now if we could get some snow and move away from the -28C we will be ice fishing! Lake Trout opens January 1st!
Wishing everyone south of the border a Happy Thanksgiving from Woman River Camp!
October is here! September went out with a bang. Great Walleye fishing and a pile of Northern Pike over 40 inches. The Woman River lake chain never turned over yet so the lake trout didn’t come up shallow before the season closed. But the rest of the fishing was amazing. We are into our moose… Read more »
Kids are back in school and the leaves are slowly turning colour. Hints that fall is approaching. Our fishing season is winding down. Bear hunting is over and small game just started today. I better start cutting next years firewood. Too bad the fishing season is just about done. We have had some great fishing… Read more »
Well it is just about back to school time! I don’t think we even had a summer this year. Fishing has been pretty good though. Even though we have recorded our highest water levels ever, the fish are still feeding agressively. Just not in their normal haunts. Monster Pike in shallow water, and walleye… Read more »
No worries about fire restrictions up here at Woman River Camp. We are presently sitting with the second highest water levels seen in my 20 years in the north. This morning, Medicine Rock was not visible on Little Woman Lake!!!!!! We have built yet another boardwalk this time to the dock. Water is roaring over… Read more »
I know I stated summer was here last posting but sometimes I wonder! Cool weather and rain have been a good part of the forcast lately up here near Ear Falls. We can’t compete with Mother Nature. Our prayers go out to those families who lost loved ones when the tornado tore through… Read more »