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transportation provided canadian fishing trip ideas?


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Myslef and a couple guys are looking to take a fishing trip up north either next May or June. who has been where and what is the best trip to take? It would be nice if transportation was provided with meals and boats etc. i have been looking at the temple bay lodge packages and that looks decent to me. We want to catch muskies, northerns and walleyes.

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Been at the duty free when the temple bay bus comes in and it is chaos. I've never been there but I would be concerned about being crowded around a bunch of doofi who party more than they fish. I've done the fly in 5 or 6 times and it was great. The time in the car on the way up is a great time to decompress, visit with your buddies etc. Only hassle was that the fly in places wanted you there at about 7 a.m. so you either drove all night and killed yourself or ended up staying in a motel someplace.

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One more thing - Their transportation packages have a very apealing price. But then you have to wonder when you compare it to KaBeLo or Anderson Lodge on Lac Seul - what are you getting at each. The remote outpost camps are pretty tough to beat. If you find the right spots you can easily catch 25_ walleye a day per man.

When I went we always went the first week of July or thereabouts. I don't know about the fishing earlier in the year but if you go too early you may find things a bit chilly.

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I have been to Temple Bay three times. Here is what they offer. The Home Depot in Fridley is where most people catch the bus because you can leave your car there the entire trip. The bus ride is o.k. because people bring movies, and they provide beer, pop, juice. There is a few stops along the way to stretch and switch drivers. Once you get to Temple Bay, they unload your gear and bring it to your cabin. You can go and have dinner and head out to fish. They provide you with breakfast each morning and you can eat as much as you want. They provide a bag lunch every day and if you want shore lunch just tell them the night before and they supply everything you need(except for the fish!) After a day of fishing, pull the boat to your designated slip and the boat boys are there to take your fish and clean them for you. The boats are all gassed and wiped down when you are ready to fish each morning. The cabins are basic, but clean. The bar area is nice and they have a TV, dart boards, pool table, etc. There is no fishing after dark, so keep that in mind. Eagle Lake is a large lake so get a map and a Lowarance H2O would be ideal. Most people that go there is for the fishing. The three times I have been there I haven't had one issue with people wanting to drink instead of fish. Let me know if you have any more questions. Plus the new flyer has our neighbor on it with a nice 32" walleye he caught there last summer!

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