Early Season Fishing Trip in the Wilderness

It’s always a dream of mine to be able to go out on an early season canoe trip. One of these days I’ll make it a reality but it won’t be until the kids are out of High School because I would hate to miss a ball game. The benefits of a just after ice out trip are many.

When you paddle in the spring you usually have the wilderness to yourself. You have the pick of campsites and portages are never crowded or buggy. Wildlife is abundant and the Lake Trout fishing amazing.

Check out these fish tales from an early season canoe trip into the Quetico Park. There’s still time to take advantage of this spectacular season as things don’t usually get going until the first week of June. Give us a call and we’ll get you set up for a fishing trip of a lifetime.

Bill Spohn of Duluth with four lake trout � one apiece caught by Spohn, his son, Carson, Aaron Youngblom and Star Tribune outdoors writer Tony Kennedy. The Spohns and Youngblom are from Duluth, Kennedy from the Twin Cities.

Bill Spohn of Duluth with four lake trout � one apiece caught by Spohn, his son, Carson, Aaron Youngblom and Star Tribune outdoors writer Tony Kennedy. The Spohns and Youngblom are from Duluth, Kennedy from the Twin Cities.

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