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A collection of outdoors related articles from Northwest Ontario and maybe some from beyond. 

Call: (807) 889-0707
Email: [email protected]
Visit: 21 second street, Nipigon Ontario 

Members Area

 

Members area holds an extensive map and resource library with free downloads and more.

 

The Store

 

Here you can purchase numerous maps and resource guidebooks for Northwest Ontario

 

Resources

 

Numerous free resources, maps and information for exploring Northwest Ontario

 

New Products: Nipigon area Maps

Nipigon area Map series - four maps covering the entire Nipigon system. Call: (807) 889-0707Email: [email protected]: 21 second street, Nipigon Ontario    Members area holds an extensive map and resource library with free downloads and more.  ...

Sneak Peak at new updated maps

I have been busily reworking and rebuilding the most popular maps in the collection, as well as expanding the maps on the site to cover more ground. To make ease of it all I have had to re-organize and devise a new map making plan and to universalize the maps in the collection. 

STOCKED LAKES – MISSED OPPORTUNITIES?

The stocking program in Northwest Ontario has been around for decades, in some cases it is designed to help re-introduce depleted species, in others it is to introduce new sport fishing opportunities.

12 places to fish around Nipigon

The Nipigon system encompasses hundreds of square miles of fishable lakes, rivers and creeks. We list twelve of the local fishing hotspots including some from shore and some you need a boat for. There are many more for you to find as well.

The Lobster Mushroom

Not truly a mushroom as the lobster mushrooms are formed from another edible,lest tasty mushroom when it becomes infected with a mold which then turns it red, gives it the seafood aroma and increases the taste. There has never been a recorded incident of the mold attacking a non-edible species of mushroom.

$3,250 Fine for Possessing Too Many Walleye

A British Columbia man has been fined for an offence under the Ontario Fishery Regulations.
Wayne Jensen, of Vancouver, pleaded guilty and was fined $3,250 for possessing an over-limit of walleye.
Court heard that on May 27, 2018, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry conservation officers contacted Jensen, who was travelling in a boat on the Nungesser River from a fishing lodge north of the Town of Red Lake.

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