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Deep in the woods of Ontario’s Sunset Country, Ty Sjodin and Jeremy Smith experience bucket-list quality grouse hunting, multi-species trophy fishing, and a whole lot more at Temple Bay Resort!
Ty Sjodin and his son, Tyson, start a Canadian fishing trip tradition in Ontario’s Sunset Country at Anderson’s Lodge. Father and son create some great memories fishing walleye, pike, and lake trout, as well as filling up on a classic shore lunch.
Troy Lindner embarks on a fly-in fishing trip to Guardian Eagle Resort in Sunset Country, Ontario. High points of the trip include lots of action catching gorgeous, blue-tinged walleyes, a delicious and unforgettable shore lunch, and some multi-species action.
Troy Lindner visits Young’s Wilderness Camp, a remote boat-in camp located in the Canadian Shield of Ontario’s Sunset Country, where he discovers outstanding multi-species fishing.
Ty Sjodin drives to Branch’s Seine River Lodge for a fishin’ trip in Ontario’s Sunset Country. What he discovers is superb walleye, pike, and smallmouth bass fishing!
Ty Sjodin drives to Red Lake and embarks on a fun fly-in trip in Ontario’s Sunset Country. Ty discovers outstanding walleye and lake trout action at Cat Island Lodge.
Troy Lindner travels 14 hours by car and then flies to remote Trout Fly Outpost in Ontario’s Sunset Country for serval days of multi-species action including walleye, pike, whitefish, and brook trout.
Troy Lindner flies out of White River Air to Mar Mac Lodge in Ontario’s Algoma Region where he discovers incredible walleye fishing, some unique area history, and a shore lunch he’s not soon to forget.
Ty Sjodin visits Agich’s Kaby Kabins in the heart of Ontario’s Algoma region for a “fins and fur” adventure. What he discovers is walleye after walleye and reel rippin’ pike, as well as numerous bears to consider tagging.
Troy Lindner travels to Green Wilderness Lodge and discovers outstanding accommodations, amazing surroundings, and fantastic multi-species fishing on a historic flooded river in the Ontario wilderness.