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Planning on making a trip to canada in the spring for walleye. What are a few of the best resorts up that way. I have been to canada once before, and can't remember the place I was at. thanks guys!

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Perhaps you should give everyone some kind of idea were you might like to fish.

Big lake, little lake? Do you wont to be all by your self on the lake?

How many in your group? Guide or not? Fly in, boat it.

House keeping or all inclusive?

ILL bet you will get a lot more HELP.

ps. im not trying to be a smart ---

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KTapper

Perhaps you should give everyone some kind of idea were you might like to fish.

Big lake, little lake? Do you wont to be all by your self on the lake?

How many in your group? Guide or not? Fly in, boat it.

House keeping or all inclusive?

ILL bet you will get a lot more HELP.

ps. im not trying to be a smart ---

Thanks for the replys! It will be most likely a group of three and we would like a guide, size of the lake doesnt matter. Walleye is main focus but I would like to catch a pike or 2

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If your interested in a fly in, I can help you out. Walleye and northern aint a problem. Our packages are normally self guided (fishing purposes our fly in lakes a guide is not needed to catch fish. Lakes are easy to fish and we provide you with lake maps that I will mark you spots to start out with). However, if you insist on a guide I can surely supply a guide for your trip.

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Lac Seul in the spring. No guide necessary and you won't have to board a plane, therefore saving yourself some $$. Best drive to lake on the planet. You won't regret it.

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SimilarIsland- Nope, we only have fly in lakes. All our lakes are way north of Lac Seul with the exception of 1 camp. Gateway North Outfitters, which is my brother, he has a boat in outpost.

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KTapper-Did you find anything your interested in. If your still looking and want to try a fly in, we are starting a special for 2009 during May. Might be something to consider... Ill have some details on a new thread.

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I don't think that a fly in would be an option, Im most likely bringing my boat up there. I checked out your web page, looks very nice and would hope to make it there in the future.

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Lac Seul, especially if your main focus is walleyes...There's no reason to go anywhere else

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nungesser lake has incredible walleye

fighing

fly-in quality at drive in prices

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