Tag: walleye fishing

Fishing News from Woman River Camp

July has come and gone.  A very dry month for Northwestern Ontario.  A beautiful time to be on the water enjoying the fishing and scenery!  The Loons have been very vocal this past month.  Many a moose sitings along with Black Bear, Timber Wolves and even a few Woodland Caribou were spotted.  Lots of Bald… Read more »

What a week for Walleye Fishing Canada

What a week for Walleye Fishing Canada Guests at Woman River Camp had a fantastic time on the water this past week.  Lots of monster Northern Pike with two 44 inchers caught on the main lake and a 46″ on a portage lake. Friday morning Donna and Darrell Adams boated three Northern Pike over 40″ before… Read more »

Reserve Short Stay Fishing Trips Now!

Woman River Camp is reserving short stay fishing trips now.  For those of you who want to come to Canada on a fishing trip and can’t get away for a full week.  Well now is your chance.  Woman River Camp is booking short stays for the 2011 season! Great Walleye fishing, Northern Pike fishing and… Read more »

Fishing and Travel report to Ear Falls, Ontario, Canada

Hello everyone, We are still receiving questions about Hwy 502 as a travel route to Ear Falls and then onto Woman River Camp.  Hwy 502 is presently being paved.  Guests inform us they have experienced delays of 10 – 60 minutes in total.  Usually by a flagman.  Our summers are short up here so the… Read more »

Ontario Walleye Opener Fishing Report and Travel Info

Our Ontario Walleye Opener was absolutely fantastic at Woman River Camp! We have had an abnormally warm spring up here in Northwestern, Ontario Canada. No snow on the opener like last year. Instead temperatures were above 20C/ 70F all week long with a few days breaking 30C / 80F! I made it out for a… Read more »

Summer Fishing

    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 »