TRIPS: Esnagami Lodge - Northern Ontario Pike, Walleye, and Wild Brook Trout
Esnagami Wilderness Lodge in Northern Ontario is a wild, wild place. We travelled to the lodge in the summer of 2020. The fishing blew us away. Endless walleye, pike and incredible brook trout fishing. We shall return. In collaboration with Ontario out of Doors and Esnagami Wilderness Lodge. Thank you to Eric, Sue, Rowan and Liam for having us up. And cheers to the entire amazing staff at the lodge. A special shoutout to Aidas Rygelis for coming along to snap some epic photos. VISIT ESNAGAMI: https://www.esnagami.com/ WIN YOUR TRIP: https://oodmag.com/esnagami-contest/
ALGOMA: Bass & Musky Fly Fishing at Birchland Cottages
If you’ve never fished Birchland in Algoma, get your bass out there. The incredible waters are home to some seriously beautiful fish, and this region of Ontario is spectacular. Yilma even catches his first Musky on the fly! Thanks for having us, Birchland and Adam Vallee - until next time. Stay: http://birchlandcottages.com/ Book Adam: https://anglingalgoma.com/ Discover: https://www.algomacountry.com/
TEMISKAMING: A Fly Fishing Day at Elk Lake Wilderness
The beautiful Northern Ontario region of Elk Lake Wilderness Resort. You can spend quite a lovely day up there. A fantastic day fishing, boating, exploring, and enjoying. What exactly is a day like in this oh so wonderful place? A little something like this. Shout out to @elklakewilderness for having us back up. We always love seeing your wonderful faces, puppies included.
TEXAS: Blue Lagoon Lodge Rockport
We had the pleasure of staying at Blue Lagoon Lodge in Rockport. Joe got us into our first Redfish, and kept the fish and fun going the entire trip. If you're looking for a fantastic place to visit, catch incredible fish, and enjoy some spectacular Texas scenery, you should seriously be considering Blue Lagoon Lodge. https://bluelagoonrockport.com/
INDIANA: Rise of the White River
Twenty years ago, the White River in central Indiana faced a devastating, human-caused fish kill. A corporation dumped chemicals into the river that wiped it clean. All fish within 40-miles of the site were killed. The community did not take the incident lightly, and took matters into their own hands, stocking the river with millions of fish. Today, it is one of America’s best Smallmouth fisheries. We travelled to Indiana to fish the White River with Two Forks Guide Service and had the chance to learn more about the fish kill and the river rehab. The passion the community had for their river blew us away. The story of river pollution isn't unique to central Indiana. Hopefully this passion can inspire others to stand up for their water, and protect it. Special thanks to the incredible Hollie Egglebread and her camera work, and Joel Clifton for capturing stills along the way.